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Is there something wrong with the way San Francisco handles project appeals? On Hayes Valley's 555 Fulton, one commenter writes, "I strongly feel that if a neighbor brings an appeal to either the (Board of Supes) or Planning, and the appeal is found to be baseless — then that neighbor should pay an exponentially higher fee." Hairy Man responds: "Handle it like a murder trial." Hear everyone, but if an objection doesn't create reasonable doubt, then "it should be ignored." 'Course, it's probably a bit hard to nail down "reasonable doubt" in these parts... [Hayes Valley Saitowitz Gro-Sto Project Faces Appeal This Week]