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Supervisor Katy Tang

 

Movies in McCoppin

Our office is excited to announce that our sixth annual Movies in McCoppin event is

taking place once again in October!

 

Movies in McCoppin is one of our most popular events of the year, featuring free movies

and popcorn every Friday evening in October, at McCoppin Square (Taraval Street and

23rd Avenue).

 

Family fun and kids’ activities begin at 6 p.m., with movies beginning at 7:15 p.m. (or

upon sunset).

 

The movie line-up is:

  • Oct. 6: “Moana” – Come early to have a photo-op and sing-along with Moana;
  • Oct. 13: “The Jungle Book” – Come early to see insects with the Insect Discovery Lab;
  • Oct. 20: “Zootopia” – Come early to visit real animals in the SF Zoomobile;
  • Oct. 27: “Star Wars: Rogue One” – Come early to meet stormtroopers.

 

Movies in McCoppin is brought to you by our office, People of Parkside Sunset (POPS),

Sonic, SF Office of Economic and Workforce Development and the SF Public

Library.

 

For more information, please visit the People of Parkside Sunset’s website at

http://www.sf-pops.com.

 

Update on Proposed Medical Cannabis Dispensaries

On July 13, 2017 the SF Planning Commission approved a Conditional Use authorization

to allow a medical cannabis dispensary (MCD), the Apothecarium, to open at

2505 Noriega St., at 32nd Avenue.

 

Many community members have contacted our office weighing in on the proposal. Two

appeals have been filed with the SF Board of Supervisors, which will hold a hearing

regarding the two appeals on Tuesday, Oct. 3.

 

The items are scheduled to be heard at, or shortly after, 4:30 p.m. If you cannot attend

the hearing in person, you can submit your comments to each supervisor.

 

In the meantime, we will continue to take all of your comments into

consideration.

 

You can e-mail me at Katy.Tang@sfgov.org.

 

Second Cannabis Location Looking for City Approval

There is another proposal to establish a MCD at 2165 Irving St. (between 22nd and

23rd avenues).

 

The proposal requires a Conditional Use Permit and is scheduled to be heard by the

Planning Commission on Oct. 12, at 1 p.m., at City Hall, Room 400.

 

The agenda can be found online at http://sfplanning.org/meetings/17.

 

If you have any further questions or would like to weigh in on the

proposed MCD, please contact Nancy Tran with the Planning Department at

(415) 575-9174 or e-mail Nancy.H.Tran@sfgov.org.

 

L-Taraval Rapid Project Hearings on Oct. 6 and Nov. 7

The L-Taraval Rapid Project will soon be going before the SF Municipal Transportation

Agency’s (SFMTA) board of directors for final approval before construction

begins in 2018.

 

The full L-Taraval Rapid Project is designed to make Taraval Street safer and

more reliable, and includes rail track and overhead line replacement, water and sewer

line replacement, surface repaving, curb ramp upgrades, concrete boarding islands and

pedestrian bulb-outs, traffic signals, trees, landscaping and public art.

 

In March, the SFMTA rolled out roadway changes as part of its early implementation

phase of the project. This included new clear zones at train stops, new painted safety

zones at sidewalk corners, parking changes and a six-month boarding zone pilot

test, which includes some transit stop removals and new transitorily lanes.

 

There are two upcoming opportunities to weigh in on the changes proposed for Taraval

Street.

 

On Oct. 6, the SFMTA will conduct an Engineering Public Hearing in City Hall, Room 416,

beginning at 10 a.m. The hearing will only discuss time-limited parking on Taraval

Street and potential changes to stops at 17th, 35th and 44th avenues.

 

However, staff will not be presenting its final recommendations at the hearing. They will

present the full scope of what was intended for the original project for approval, which

is to ensure that any element of staff’s final recommendation will have gone through the

engineering public hearing process.

 

Final recommendations are tentatively scheduled to be presented at the

SFMTA hearing on Nov. 7, at City Hall, Room 400, at 1 p.m.

 

Comments about proposed changes can be e-mailed to LTaravalRapid@sfmta.com and

MTABoard@sfmta.com.

 

Ocean Beach Art & Music Fest

The Outer Noriega Merchant Association (ONMA) is hosting the Ocean Beach Music & Art

Festival on Saturday, Oct. 14, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., on Noriega Street between 45th and

47th avenues.

 

For more information, send an e-mail to obmusicartfestival@gmail.com.

 

San Francisco Supervisor Katy Tang represents District 4.

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