Labour organizers, urban planning professors, tech workers and transit, housing and data rights advocates are among the 100-plus signees calling on the board to stay firm on the issues chairman Stephen Diamond outlined in his June 24 letter to Sidewalk Labs regarding the Google sister company’s development plans for the city’s eastern waterfront. The letter cites concerns that Waterfront is under “immense pressure” to hatch a deal behind closed doors to satisfy Sidewalk’s proposal to build beyond the allotted piece of Waterfront land, which Diamond said in his letter to the company was “premature.” (The Logic)
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