I read with interest a recent letter from Dodie Sutro Crawford on the District 1 candidate forums hosted by SOAR. I’ve been pleased to have the opportunity to speak to SOAR and their members at three Facebook forums over the last several weeks. A fourth forum was initially scheduled for June 30 and I confirmed my participation.
The Sunset is San Francisco’s largest neighborhood. It places a comparatively small burden on city services compared to many other neighborhoods. Why are we so consistently left out?
I’ve lived in Parkmerced since 1988! It has always been a nice quiet residential community. However, in the last year we have noticed an unacceptable increase in crime here.
Right now the city could greatly improve the quality of life for those who live in and around the western edge of the City by implementing the recommendations of SPUR, while maintaining some traffic flow for those who must pass through that way.
Pulling down statues doesn’t feed the hungry or house the homeless. In fact, cleaning up the mess made by the black-clad mob at the Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park will cost the City money that could have been spent helping people.
If you thought that our local City government was implementing only emergency measures during the pandemic, you would be wrong.
I have to write about the Homeless encampment situation at Safeway La Playa. I live right across the street from where the encampment has grown since SIP and right when Lyft I stalked rental bikes.
I know you mentioned some people have been opposing this. Do you have any information on who I can possibly reach out to or collaborate with to be heard?
I’m a resident of the Sunset District. I just read the article in the Sunset Beacon. I think creating homeless shelters in the parks, Golden Gate in particular, will be a big mistake.
Editor: The homeless encampments started cropping up as soon as Lyft rental bikes were installed. This began lateFebruary/early March. I’m afraid that even as SIP lifts, these encampments will remain. There’s constant […]
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