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Changes for Divis

At yesterday's Planning Commission meeting, the Divisadero neighborhood got one step closer to being named a commercial district, a move that will make it "easier for the district to move from the current "one size fits all" planning model to one where the controls can be tailored to meet the diverse needs of different parts of the city." The Divisadero plan needs the Board of Supervisors approval to be finalized, and if it does it'll allow bars, restaurants, entertainment uses, nonprofit offices and trade shops on the second floor of buildings along the street, something that's currently off limits. [SFGate/Sergio Ruiz]