That’s okay, let them enjoy their warehouses and auto shops.
"The 13-member City Planning Commission will now have 60 days to review Innovation QNS, and could kill the entire project if most members vote against it. But a rejection is seen as unlikely, meaning the final say will likely belong to the City Council.
There, local member Julie Won will have an outsized influence, assuming her colleagues defer to her wishes when voting on Innovation QNS — a standard practice in the Council. Won has not taken a formal stance on the project, but has criticized its developers for what she viewed as inadequate outreach to neighbors."