City lawmakers could vote on shipyard plans in June 

The Board of Supervisors could be asked to approve specific details of shipyard redevelopment plans in June.

A final environmental impact report on the 702-acre redevelopment of the shuttered Hunters Point Naval Shipyard and surrounding southeast San Francisco land is expected to be published within three months, according to Michael Cohen, Mayor Gavin Newsom’s chief economic development adviser.

A joint hearing of The City’s planning commissioners and redevelopment agency commissioners is expected to be held in late April or early May to approve the report and the finalized redevelopment plans, Cohen told redevelopment agency commissioners on Tuesday.

Following hearings with other government bodies, the redevelopment plans are expected to be ready for approval by the Board of Supervisors by June, according to Cohen.

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