The city already has issued three permits for the event -- one for sound amplification, one to build a temporary structure and one to close streets to traffic -- but still has time to revoke them if officials decide the organizers haven't met all the city's conditions, Kawa said.
Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier, who represents Pacific Heights, said that's exactly what she would like to see happen.
If you don't want to see this cancelled, please write a well-written e-mail to Michela alioto-Pier and express your opinions.
Her email: Michela.Alioto-Pier@sfgov.org
Her website: http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/site/bdsupvrs_page.asp?id=22396
Dang... she's kind of cute.