LeMay said Sunday Streets is "an amazing idea with two big problems, not enough merchant notification (he found out three days before the event)..."
One of San Francisco's biggest parties is coming back this year.
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom announced the popular Sunday Streets will come back for its third year. Last year the City shut down six miles of bay front roads and turned them into family playgrounds with free bike rentals, yoga classes and more.
Newsom Monday said the program will return for nine dates and with longer hours (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.). He also said to expect the party to become a permanent fixture in the City.
San Francisco is looking to extend the street closures into new communities and continue them along routes in the Fisherman’s Wharf/Embarcadero area, Bayview, Mission and Outer Sunset/Great Highway neighborhoods. The City's first Sunday Streets event cost $140,000 and last year officials tried to get sponsors to cover the expenses.
The proposed dates and locations include: