San Francisco board of supervisors disregard asbestos danger, approve residential development

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors agreed that work on the major redevelopment “Does not pose any human health risks.” The Bayview-Hunters Point project, according to neighborhood residents, is sending asbestos-laden dust into the air and causing health complications. From the San Francisco Examiner.

In response to the health concerns, Supervisor Chris Daly introduced a resolution calling for an immediate halt to the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard construction project in order to conduct an independent study on possible health impacts. For more than a year, Lennar Corp. has been preparing one parcel of a former massive shipyard for a 1,600-unit residential development. The board voted down the resolution.

Information about mesothelioma medical and legal options provided by the Law Office of Roger G. Worthington, P.C.,


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