SF Nightclub Mighty Mobilizes 800 Supporters to Keep Its Parking Spaces

Patrons and staff at Mighty breathed a small sigh of relief yesterday as the San Francisco nightclub (which doubles as a venue for corporate events during the day) at least temporarily eluded the threat of losing hundreds of public parking spots on Utah and San Bruno streets — spaces that help Mighty attract customers.

Mighty owner Sean Manchester learned last week that the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency planned to propose that the nearby spaces turn into tow-away spots after 10 p.m. This was in response to growing concerns among police officers in the Mission Station over homeless encampments and people spending the night in their cars in the area.

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