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It Doesn't Make Sense

Dear Source:
After reading an article written about the greenest home in San Francisco, and learning it uses wind power for approximately 50% of the power provided to the home, and this home located right in the Mission District which is one of the oldest sections of San Francisco, so why does DPNR have a 1 acre requirement? It doesn't make any sense. I cannot imagine how much 1-acre of land would cost in San Francisco since a 1 bedroom dump on a teensy lot would be in the neighborhood of $500,000 or more.

http://www.news.com/2300-13842_3-6237243-1.html?tag=ne.gall.pg

Christina Lannen
St. Croix

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Dear Source:
After reading an article written about the greenest home in San Francisco, and learning it uses wind power for approximately 50% of the power provided to the home, and this home located right in the Mission District which is one of the oldest sections of San Francisco, so why does DPNR have a 1 acre requirement? It doesn't make any sense. I cannot imagine how much 1-acre of land would cost in San Francisco since a 1 bedroom dump on a teensy lot would be in the neighborhood of $500,000 or more.

http://www.news.com/2300-13842_3-6237243-1.html?tag=ne.gall.pg

Christina Lannen
St. Croix

Editor's note: We welcome and encourage readers to keep the dialogue going by responding to Source commentary. Letters should be e-mailed with name and place of residence to source@viaccess.net.