After an instantaneous public backlash, the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department says it’s ending a pilot program it announced just yesterday, allowing residents to reserve slices of Dolores Park for anywhere between $33 and $260. But SFist reports the reservations that have already been booked appear likely to be honored through July. So better act now—you know, if that’s your thing.RB
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