Residents who live on a bustling stretch of San Francisco’s Polk Street are set to meet this afternoon with bar and club owners who do business there to discuss noise and crowd issues.

The “good neighbor discussion” will take place during a monthly meeting held by the Community Leadership Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated to addressing quality-of-life issues in neighborhoods citywide.

CLA leaders are hoping the meeting will allow residents and business owners in the 1100 and 1200 blocks of Polk Street to work together to resolve problems brought on by bar crowds rather than resorting to lodging complaints with the city.

Organizers say they hope to have representatives from the Police Department and the city’s Entertainment Commission participate.

The meeting will be held at 4 p.m. at the San Francisco Main Library at 100 Larkin St.

Laura Dixon, Bay City News

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