The city agency agreed to let Dottie Belletto's nonprofit use the park for free, but the organization rejected the deal.
The nonprofit leased land for $1 and in turn subleased it to a restaurant for more than $100,000.
If the City Council approves the ordinance, voters would vote on the proposal in November.
A nonprofit is about to lose a deal that brings in more than $100,000 a year, but a related company just got a bigger contract.
Companies must be independent to be certified for the city's Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program.
The Lens reported ties between the black-owned firm and another, raising questions about its independence.
Archon gets top score after meeting minority participation goal. A competitor cries foul.
Collections firm must bring price down if it is to stay in the bidding, city says.