[…] San Francisco Public Utilities Commission general manager Harlan Kelly looks on the bright side:
“When we talked about 525 (Golden Gate), we talked about being on the leading edge, and sometimes the bleeding edge,” he said. “The point is we definitely learned a lot of lessons. … We had to try it out first.”
(Via ioxymoron, who points out: “They claim the building is a success because property values have soared, and the building is worth much more than when it was built. I don’t know if they factored in the sewage smell or not.”)
|Should have stuck to gas.
(Via Tim Blair)