Common sense in San Francisco? Be still my beating heart!

Last week, I blogged about the way in which a wheel chair ramp in the meeting room that the San Francisco Board of Supervisors used has ballooned into a more than $1,000,000 project.  I also pointed out that the whole program had the smell of a dictatorship of one, since the only beneficiary would be Michela Alioto-Pier who is, to date, the only wheelchair bound Supe elected, and may well be on one of the few or the only wheelchair bound Supes ever to enter that room.

Today, I learned that, in an astonishing act of common sense, the Board of Supes voted to dump this wheelchair access plan and try to find another one.  Rather predictably, Alioto-Pier has announced that she will sue to force the City to spend more than $1,000,000 just for her.