•  “How Richard Skaff has a new mission — to make restaurants quieter. As executive director of Designing Accessible Communities, he’s trying to help restaurants become more aware of building codes and Universal Design and he thinks he’s in a unique position to understand both sides of any debate. Before an accident that left him paraplegic, he worked in restaurants, including managing the Franciscan on Fisherman’s Wharf. In the 1980s and 1990s, he was a  chief building inspector for San Francisco and in 1998, under  Willie Brown, he opened the Mayor’s Office on Disability as the deputy director...”

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    Should there be building codes to control noise in restaurants?

    Inside Scoop SF

    Michael Bauer

    November 3, 2011


    READ MORE: http://insidescoopsf.sfgate.com/blog/2011/11/03/should-there-be-building-codes-to-control-noise-in-restaurants/

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