City Hall City Hall: Connie Chan By San Francisco Richmond ReView on November 28, 2022 • ( 1 Comment ) Year-End Update, 2022 I visited The Laundromat last month as they were getting ready for their opening in Outer Richmond for pizza, beer, wine, and bagels! My family plans to watch a movie at the Balboa Theater and then head to The Laundromat for pizza and beer – please join me in supporting them! It was great to celebrate the sixth annual Autumn Moon Festival with Assemblymember Phil Ting, and our community partners. Thank you to SFPD Chief Bill Scott and SFFD Chief Jeanine Nicholson for joining us at this event and meeting with our merchants and residents. I was proud to stand with the California Nurses Association as they demanded fair labor practices from Kaiser Permanente. I will continue the fight to protect our workers and their right to unionize. Working with my colleagues on the Board of Supervisors, we funded before-school care, food security, support for our aging population, a youth leadership academy and a commercial corridor service in District 1. As a member of the Budget and Appropriations Committee, I negotiated these addbacks to the community and advocated for $30 million for the Asian Pacific Islander (API) population. We had a fun morning walking and rolling to school with the McCoppin Dragons for Walk and Roll week! Get out there and support our community, climate and our health! Thanks to the Department of Public Works for bringing Clean Corridors’ washers, flusher trucks, litter removers, graffiti abaters and outreach inspectors to the Richmond! Clean Corridors visits commercial corridors citywide once a week, including Clement Street and Geary Boulevard in District 1. On Election Day, I was honored to present a commendation to Congresswoman Jackie Speier, honoring her service and dedication to San Francisco and the nation. May we all take her advice to heart to not “dismiss the power you have, use it to serve the people of San Francisco.” Best wishes for a healthy and happy holiday season and a terrific new year! Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Categories: City Hall Tagged as: 2022, City Hall, connie chan, Richmond District, Richmond Review, year in review, year-end update
Thank you Supervisor Chan for all you do for the Richmond District and the City. You are an inspiration!