As many of you have probably heard, I have decided not to run for re-election for supervisor of District 1. Serving on the Board of Supervisors is a wildly rewarding yet demanding job, one that requires constant focus and attention.
From taking important steps forward on the biggest challenges facing our City to making targeted investments in priorities in our neighborhood, we’re proud of the progress we made in 2019 and excited to get working in 2020.
Looking back at 2019, my office won some huge victories for the Richmond District and San Francisco as a whole. Here are the top 12 highlights from 2019.
We have some big news to share; we are bringing City College classes to the Sunset!
We campaigned on this idea last year, held a town hall to get your ideas on classes and are so proud to announce the launch of City College Sunset for the Spring 2020 semester.
I want to take this time to address something that has been weighing heavily on the hearts and minds of District 1 residents; I understand that some of my constituents were offended by the language that I used on election night in reference to the Police Officers Association (POA).
As we head into the holiday season, we’ve made an immense amount of progress on some key priorities for our first year in office and want to share some important updates with you:
I hope you’re all enjoying the Autumn! As the holiday season approaches, remember to do your #OneRichmond thing by shopping and eating local. Be sure to look out for the insert in the November Richmond Review for all of the One Richmond businesses.
The path to a more equitable city and a more responsive government is through a stronger democracy, one that gives all people a voice in decisions impacting their lives. It has never been more important for us to invest in strengthening our democracy.
I hope you’re staying cool while enjoying our late San Francisco summer. September has been a jam-packed month both in the neighborhood and inside City Hall.
As August comes to an end, I hope everyone had a great and relaxing summer. School is back in session, so please remember to slow down while driving and be especially careful at crosswalks.
It’s August, which means the SF Board of Supervisors has ended its Spring legislative season, culminating in the passage of the single most important ordinance we vote on: the City’s $12 billion budget.
Richmond District updates from from SF Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
Please join us on Saturday, July 13, for the One Richmond Community Celebration! Saturday, July 13 , 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. at Argonne Elementary School (18th and Cabrillo)
When we invest in walking and biking infrastructure, we’re investing in public health, public safety, placemaking. and the environment.
There is much that can be said about public safety and we have been having many of these conversations at City Hall and in the Sunset District over the last month.