The Save the Farm website tells the story. Apparently this one acre lot has been producing greens and vegetables since 2010, to the delight of adjacent property owners and other neighbors. Ironically, the parcel has been bought by a private Waldorf school whose mission statement includes this:
Existing neighbors and farmers are not happy. They have sought to get the city to stop the development through a petition to the Planning Department.
The school tries to allay neighborhood concerns with this FAQ.
An article in Modern Farmer summarizes some of the contradictions.
In this city beset with fights over development and direction, here's another in an otherwise quiet corner.