San Fran Panel Delays Vote On $2.5B CPMC Hospital Project

Law360, New York (July 31, 2012, 9:58 PM EDT) -- A San Francisco panel on Tuesday once again delayed voting on an environmental impact report on California Pacific Medical Center's controversial $2.5 billion hospital development plans, after CPMC agreed to enter mediation with the city.

With an agenda holding dueling motions to either accept or reject the report — and by association the whole project — the San Francisco Board of Supervisors bounced the vote for a second time to Nov. 20. That's because CPMC, which is an affiliate of Sutter Health, agreed Monday “to engage...
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