Just seven days ago, the board unanimously voted to go ahead with plans to build an eight-story garage. That decision touched off an angry protest in the community and prompted state Sen. John Burton to fire off an angry letter, claiming that the board disregarded alternative efforts put forth by the Tenderloin community.

Hastings General Counsel Susan Thomas said the meeting is a direct result of Burton’s dissatisfaction with garage proposal.

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