The Greater Geary Boulevard Merchants’ Association held its 25th annual luncheon at the Hotel Kabuki on May 23 to honor local merchants and first responders who have contributed to the welfare of the community.
The keynote speeches at the event, dubbed “San Francisco 2028,” were delivered by SF Mayor Mark Farrell and former SF Mayor Willie Brown, who were asked to look into their crystal balls and predict what the future of transportation will look like in a decade.
Also participating were Ed Reiskin, director of the SF Municipal Transportation Agency; Fiona Ma, a candidate for California treasurer; D.J. Canepa, San Mateo county supervisor; Jim Lazarus, vice president with the SF Chamber of Commerce; and, SF Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, who gave awards to the honorees.
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