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2008_09_union.jpgSpeaking of city politics and restaurants, it's also worth noting that the Planning Commission continues to tweak zoning laws, with the goal of trying to get more restaurants to open around town. On Noe Valley's 24th Street, the law that allowed new restaurants only to replace old ones is expected to get the ax today, and not too long ago, Cow Hollow's Union Street also overturned a new restaurant ban, meaning 10 new restaurants may be added along the strip. [Chron]

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