“After the last few earthquakes we’ve been fortunate that there were no serious damage
other than just things falling over and some external plaster cracking, stuff like that,”
Westlake Kirkham Heights LLC has withdrawn its application at the SF Planning Department for a Conditional Use Permit to demolish 11 buildings with 86 rent-controlled residential units, and replace them with 14 buildings containing up
to 445 apartments.
Hyperspectral cameras perceive much more than the human eye and are more powerful than cameras that are currently on traditional imaging satellites.
…the SF Planning Commission voted 5-1 to allow the district’s first-
ever medical cannabis dispensary (MCD).
Calendar of events for July, 2017.
Editor: The gentrification crisis in San Francisco has not quelled; greed has run rampant and tenants are dealing with the repercussions. Since 2014, the Rent Board’s Annual Statistical Report details more than 6,000 evictions, a conservative estimate because […]
This year, I honored Shannon Kissinger, a San Francisco native and resident of the Richmond District. He served in the United States
Navy from 1996 to 2001 and now works to help homeless veterans.
The Clarendon trail route at Mt. Sutro was completed and officially opened as part of a
huge volunteer effort for National Trails Day on Saturday, June 3.
The Surfrider Foundation is offering free cigarette containers for the outside of
businesses that allow smoking in an effort to keep cigarette butts out of the
Community updates from SF Supervisor Katy Tang.
Crime report from the Sunset District.
On Friday, June 30, a six-month effort was launched to reduce the
number of toxic cigarette butt waste in San Francisco’s
Sunset and Richmond districts when SF supervisors Sandra Lee Fewer
and Katy Tang organized a kick-off event and beach clean-up at Ocean Beach.
A neighborhood journal for the Sunset District.
A plan to turn the Francis Scott Key Annex in the Outer Sunset District from a dilapidated
surplus school property into new housing for teachers is moving forward, as city officials
seek ways to keep educators from leaving for less expensive towns.
At the southern end of Fifth Avenue in the Inner Sunset District, next to the University of
California, San Francisco (UCSF), sits an 86-unit housing complex on six acres of land
built in 1950 called Kirkham Heights.