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Warriors Given Sole Rights to Develop Piers 30-32

City signs off on a resolution helping move the Warriors plan forward.



    Warriors' owners Joe Lacob and Peter Guber want to move their team across the bay to San Francisco. Tuesday they held a press conference.

    The San Francisco Board of Supervisors took another step to making the Golden State Warriors' dream of moving to the city a reality Tuesday.

    The board signed off on a resolution supporting the idea of the Warriors building a new arena on Piers 30-32.

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    They also waved the usual competitive bidding rules, which clears the path for the Warriors' development plan of the aging pier to be the only one the city will consider at this time.

    Supervisor Jane Kim, who represents the neighborhood, voted for the measure but she said that her colleagues and her met with the team and they were assured that community meetings would be held before any design plans are finalized.

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    Residents and neighbors are concerned about traffic a new arena might bring to the area and water views being blocked by the arena.