The campaign for undergrounding utility wires and ridding our sidewalks of ugly telephone poles took a solid step forward at the Aug. 27 meeting between the SF Coalition to Underground Utilities (SFCUU) and Telamon Engineering Consultants, Inc.
The proposed California Anti Corruption Initiative is envisioned
to change this sorry state by making it illegal to affix or
associate the name of ANY living individual to any publicly owned
bridge, right of way, vehicle or other property.
The Richmond continues to hold onto its identity not out of nostalgia, like much of the rest of the city, but out of necessity.
We at the San Francisco Coalition to Underground Utilities (SFCUU) want to get rid of the ever-increasing overhead wires and wooden poles that that mar the views and landscapes on almost half of our streets.
Outside Lands recently filled western Golden Gate Park again for a glorious and somewhat disruptive weekend. This huge event among other things limits car travel through the park – and eventually bike and pedestrian access – before, during and immediately after the concert.
Starting this month, construction is going to begin on Taraval Street as SFMTA/Muni begins a two- to three-year construction project ripping up Taraval Street to install new sewer lines, and then repaving Taraval Street, reinstalling the overhead lines and tracks, building the boarding islands, etc.
I am writing in response to the recent commentary by Quentin Kopp about the state of the District Attorney’s race and to correct the record on multiple counts.
I propose that an appropriate sum of money be authorized to paint a mural with the opposing viewpoint.
We oppose raising fees at the park sites listed in this legislation for the following reasons:
I read that you plan to donate proceeds from your performance at Outside Lands to the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and San Francisco Parks Alliance. Please don’t donate to these organizations.
I write to urge you to reject the Mayor’s proposed ordinance that would grant the General Manager of the Recreation and Parks Department unlimited discretion to raise park visitor admission fees by up to 50% at any time, for as long as they wish, and for such arbitrary reasons as the weather.
Thank you Supervisor Mar for your remarks regarding the green required to build our urban canopy and the green required to provide critical city services for working families and small businesses here in D4.
A few years back, I decided to make a huge change in my life. After a decade in the travel industry, I found the role to be unfulfilling and decided to embrace my lifetime passion, fine art, and illustration.
Letters to the editor of the Richmond Review newspaper.
Here are a few pictures from an incident on Parker Avenue that started about 8 a.m. on June 4 with the San Francisco Fire Department, Water Department and PG&E.