SF backs off threat to yellow-tag Millennium Tower after talks with management

San Francisco officials signaled Thursday that they’re willing to back down from the aggressive deadlines they set for the managers of the Millennium Tower to comply with a number of safety measures related to the cracked window on the sinking building’s 36th floor.
In a pointed letter on Wednesday, the Department of Building Inspection ordered the building’s management to survey the entire building for other window cracks, complete a comprehensive report on the original fissure and install an “overhead protection system” to guard against glass falling to the sidewal,.
If those demands weren’t met by the end of the week, DBI threatened to “yellow tag” the building, which could limit access until it’s deemed safe.
Source: Local News