San Fran Entities Sued Over $210M Park-Area Subway Station

Law360, New York (October 11, 2012, 2:23 PM EDT) -- An activist group lodged a lawsuit in California state court Wednesday to block the construction of one of San Francisco's proposed stations in a $1.57 billion subway plan, saying it's a wrongful use of city park property and requires voter approval to proceed.

SaveMuni.com, which has lobbied against the larger plan for years, and a California resident have sued several San Francisco agencies and officials over an estimated $210 million plan to build a station at Union Square and use about 2,135 square feet of park...
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