Please get the word out asap to homeowners in SF turning 65 this year
that the deadline for submitting the 2019-20 Senior Exemption application (on property taxes) is June 30, 2019.
Regarding the dispute concerning Washington High’s sculpture and murals of Native Americans shown in a demeaning way and put down by powerful white men, I think it is important to take these artworks down.
Being native, I feel everyone is trying to hide everything bad that their forefathers have done.
They should just own it, not hide it.
My name is William Nocera, and I have declared my candidacy for mayor of the City and County of San Francisco in the November 5, 2019 Consolidated Municipal Election.
. . . The Edge now safe for children, people with disabilities, and elders like me (I’m 75 years-old) to be out after dark . . .
Editor: A gem of the Inner Sunset is gone, never to be seen again. The demonstration gardens, a lovely and secluded area, could once be entered to the right ftom the main […]
On Tuesday, March 19, 2019, the Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods (CFSN) voted unanimously to support our Appeal of the Outside Lands CEQA Categorical Exemption and proposed 10 year Use Permit Extension.
As former co-editor and publisher of the Sunset Beacon, I want to congratulate Paul Kozakiewicz on three amazing decades of service to the communities of the Richmond and Sunset Districts.
As a resident of the Inner Sunset, I am concerned about the potential fire hazard posed by the aging eucalyptus forest in the Mt. Sutro Open Space Reserve that is owned and managed by the UCSF Medical Center.
Letters to the editor of the Richmond Review newspaper.
Im a long-time fan of the Sunset Beacon and always look forward to reading the latest paper. I’m on Moraga and 46th! I’m reaching out because I thought the Beacon would be perfect to write an article I have been pitching around.
Interestingly, Phil Ting’s list of things California leads the nation in left off some metrics. I wonder why?
San Francisco has a ”good” problem, and it’s trying to figure out how to spend $185 million of the $415 million surplus from a fund originally designated for education.
Letters to the editor of the Sunset Beacon newspaper.
The proposed center lanes will affect the more than 30 percent of the elderly and disabled in the area. To get to bus boarding zones they’ll have to cross the busy and dangerous Geary Boulevard.