Backers of a much-ballyhooed ski jump in San Francisco's Pacific Heights won city approval today to stage the event next week.
More than 70 people -- homeowners, lawyers, skiers and Hindu monks and nuns -- packed a small conference room to support the youthful spirit of the event, or lambaste it as a violation of city safety codes.
After almost two hours of public comments, the Interdepartmental Staff Committee on Traffic and Transportation decided that ski and snowboard wax company Icer had satisfied all safety requirements and voted 8-0 to grant the permit, which will close Fillmore Street between Broadway and Green and Vallejo Street between Webster and Steiner streets Sept. 28-29.
(Previously, previously; official site.)
of course, NOW when i won't be able to make it :(
likewise. I was in SF for burning man the time the first one was scheduled.
now, alas, alack, I'm back in New Zealand. crap.
J is going to call into work snowed in so that he can work from home and ride over with me to see it.
I could find out what day it is, but not what time. Anyone know when this will be going on?
Completely missed any link to that on the page. Thanks!
But did Zombies show up for the wedding that would have been affected by the previously planned instance of the ski jump?
(or has that date not passed yet... not sure)
It just won't be the same without a VIP vodka garden. I mean, wasn't that the entire point in the god damn first place?
Geeze, it's just all too obvious that Hunter is dead.
Sick, sad, dead society. Civilization [mumble muble] decadance [mumble] assholes...
I know where I'm going to be that day.
With a lawn chair no less.
So I assume the Hindu monks and nuns were opposed? Because if they turned out in support that would probably be the most awesome thing in the history of awesome.