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"We feel there was no real evaluation of all the best options for the site, which includes keeping the open space on the triangle and restoring the historic building and expanding the historic building," said Howard Wong, a retired architect who is leading the lawsuit. Which sums up why there won't be a new library in North Beach anytime soon. Two groups are challenging the new library on the grounds of a faulty EIR and misuse of open space. [SF Gate, and previously at Curbed SF]