I’ve been tested regularly for COVID-19 since the onset of this public health crisis, and my most recent test result came back positive. This experience has shown me firsthand the ways San Francisco is leading in addressing this pandemic.
Community updates from District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
As cases of COVID-19 surge in San Francisco, we have to stay vigilant. We have to wear our masks, keep our distance, wash our hands and continue to follow public health guidance.
June has been a busy month with many events happening nationally and locally, some of historic proportions. We are experiencing a sea change, a renewed commitment to civil rights and human rights and an examination of the laws and institutions we depend on to ensure them.
Since our last column, our world has again changed. The murder of George Floyd by police in Minneapolis has inspired an uprising across the nation and powerful protests calling for justice and solidarity.
With the plan to reopen San Francisco becoming clearer, as more businesses and activities can resume with modifications in phases over the coming weeks and months, we must also plan for San Francisco’s economic recovery.
Supervisor Fewer writes to her constituents regarding the homeless encampments in the Richmond.
Richmond District Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer updates residents as shelter-in-place orders continue.
Sunset District Supervisor Gordon Mar urges solidarity and support of fellow community members during this pandemic.
Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer addresses the Richmond District community with resources, updates and advice during this public health crisis.
The annual lunar new year celebration at City Hall started off with a lion dance and continued with speeches and performances by Marina Middle School and West Portal Elementary School students. It was a festive and fun event and a wonderful way to welcome the new year.
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.