It’s 7 a.m. and 57º, with a predicted high of 63º. It’s already raining this morning, so now that you’ve enjoyed a week of sunshine, settle in and enjoy the rain, because it’s here to stay.
The Chronicle reports that the Academy of Art in San Francisco is violating land-use rules and the city is doing nothing about it. According to City Attorney Dennis Herrera, this could indicate that the city is selectively enforcing planning codes and land-use rules.
In other news, the Planning Commission approved a proposed cap on the number of micro-apartments that can be built in the city. The measure, which requires that a study be completed before the cap could be lifted, must be rewritten to clarify exactly what information the study must provide.
Looking for something different to do this weekend? Check out the Food Day workshops scheduled for Dolores Park today in honor of national Food Day. Feeling a little more festive? Drop by the 2012 Annual Mayan festival at City College’s Mission branch and learn about Mayan culture.