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PODER is one of several groups, including the Filipino Community Center and Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth, that will be attending tonight's meeting to "create a community-based vision for the project at the site," Sciammas said. Oh, joy, yet another community-based vision. So you'd better make plans to show up tonight at Balboa High School- and tell everyone your vision to convert an under-used BART parking lot into a hundred affordable housing units plus retail. PODER's the acronym for People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights. Because it's never too soon to argue about parking or affordable housing. [SF Appeal] [Update: Oops! The meeting was yesterday. But hey, there's sure to be dozens over the next decade.]