It is just plain wrong to fence off an area of Golden Gate Park for three weeks for the benefit of a for-profit corporation even if some benefits accrue to the city.
The Kinkade Family Foundation is administering new Emergency Grants for humanitarian non-profits in the SF/Bay Area that are supporting women, children, families or art initiatives.
She has a good story, but what does she actually stand for? Good question! Connie Chan’s website does not give a single indication.
i saw a young woman riding a bike with a dog on a leash. The leash was wrapped around her wrist and the handlebars. I know of three people who had accidents doing the same thing.
Kudos to the Laurel Heights Improvement Association (LHIA) of San Francisco on their lawsuit against the City and County of San Francisco to stop their proposed plan to destroy 226 mature trees in the process of developing the site at 3333 California Street.
The Sunset Community Garden
Dahlia Tuber and Plant Sale,
Saturday, April 4, 2020,
37th Avenue at Pacheco Street
George Washington High School Alumni Association event to help save the Washington murals.
If we truly want to celebrate the 150th birthday of Golden Gate Park, we should honor nature and the Park by leaving it as dark as safety allows for one year,
So the State and the City are going to spend $2.7 million on a dog run in Golden Gate Park and Sandra Fewer and Phil Ting think this is a great use of the taxpayer’s money. I disagree.
My young, super-smart wife recently was riding the N-Judah light rail streetcar. She stepped off at 31st Avenue and Judah Street … off one of those new Siemens LRV 4-class light rail vehicles, directly to her pootentially immediate death. When she came home she said “You have got to save us.”
Please support a recently formed group of neighbors called San Franciscans for Local Control, not Telecom (SFLC) on Dec. 16 as they urge the Board of Supervisors to change an ordinance recently passed that allows up to four cell phone towers on one utility pole – as close as six feet from your window.
But the real reason I write is to suggest it might be a good time to examine with open eyes the governance of this district, SF generally and the state as a whole.
I propose we have two farmers markets that can alternate dates. I propose a small market on Taraval between 46th and 47th avenues and the other near the end of the N-Judah line at La Playa in front of the cafe …
The San Francisco Public Library recently made major changes in its core borrowing procedures that adversely affects its most vulnerable patron population: seniors, low-income and disabled library users.
Good news for San Francisco! The Board of Supervisors has just unanimously approved on Nov. 19, a resolution declaring that a “State of Urgency” exists because there is no plan to protect the entire city from fires following a major earthquake.