Quality-of-life concerns overshadowed homeless advocacy on Tuesday, when hundreds of residents deluged two City Hall meetings to protest Mayor London Breed's plan for a homeless shelter at Seawall Lot 330, a 307-space parking lot across from piers 30 to 32. The proposal, which drew less support from homeless and housing advocates, suggests providing between 175 and 225 beds, more than any other navigation center.
The Port Commission is expected to vote on the center on April 23. Breed wants it open by summer.
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