The Daily 01-03-22: The sinking Millennium Tower has a new fix

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The Millennium Tower, 301 Mission St, San Francisco, California. 

After a year in which the beleaguered Millennium Tower in San Francisco underwent an unsuccessful “fix” that ended up exacerbating its sinking into the SoMa mud, a new plan is afoot for 2022.

But a Bay Area consulting engineer said in a letter to city supervisors that the structural fix itself is dubious. Supe Aaron Peskin has also been outspoken in his questioning of the goings-on at 301 Mission.

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Crime Courts: 

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Food + Drink:

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Pentagon chief says he has tested positive for COVID 

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Autonomous car developers lobby to defang safety data regulations

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BlackBerry’s classic smartphone stops working Tuesday

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