Julius’ Castle, the long-dormant Telegraph Hill landmark where generations of San Francisco families celebrated wedding anniversaries and graduations, will get a new lease on life after the Planning Commission voted Thursday to allow the restaurant to reopen.The vote was 7-0 despite a litany of complaints from Telegraph Hill residents who said the reopening would create a sleep-disrupting horror of traffic congestion, idling Ubers, noisy garbage trucks and drunken revelers.Scott said he has agreed to mitigation measures in relation to traffic, parking and noise requested by the Telegraph Hill Dwellers neighborhood association.The Planning Commission approval includes an agreement that Scott will limit trash pick-up to after 6:30 a.m. and delivery hours to between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.John Lee, who lives at 1406 Montgomery St., said the Planning Department staff report on the project “understates the severity of noise and traffic problem this project would create.”[...] resident Ashley Simmons said Julius’ Castle is an important part of city history — a place where her grandparents celebrated milestones and where her parents held their engagement party.
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