I will be hosting another Town Hall that afternoon at 2 p.m.. I will provide the latest information regarding the state’s response to this crisis and answer your questions.
As a parent of kids in local public schools, I share concerns many of you feel about the future of the educational landscape for our children, educators, administrators and staff.
Some Californians have begun to receive their federal stimulus checks through direct deposit. This will be part of the discussion at my next Facebook live town hall on Tuesday, April 21 at 2 p.m. You can submit questions here.
My guests for the town hall will be Jerry Nickelsburg, Professor and Director at the UCLA Anderson Forecast and Tracy Gordon, Senior Fellow with the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center.
If you surveyed San Franciscans and asked them to name the most pressing issues that
we face as a city, homelessness would be on everyone’s list.
… my bill will grant five new liquor
licenses per year, for five years, to San Francisco.
Hundreds of local San Francisco residents began crowding the already busy
commercial section of Clement Street, between Fifth to Eighth avenues, by 10 a.m.
on Sept. 23 for the Richmond District’s first annual Autumn Moon Festival.
Weekends are a time for people to relax from the stresses of daily life and run
our errands. Taking traffic delays off the table is a goal we can achieve together.
The Autumn Moon Festival is often considered a “Chinese Thanksgiving” because of its
celebration of gratitude and inclusion of abundant food – including the popular
… our open
spaces are precious treasures and our historic buildings face the pressures of
This year, I honored Shannon Kissinger, a San Francisco native and resident of the Richmond District. He served in the United States
Navy from 1996 to 2001 and now works to help homeless veterans.
If we’ve learned anything from these last few months, it’s that our progress to
become a more perfect union is fragile. We must be vigilant about keeping the
progress we have made, and stopping rollbacks of justice and equality.
California will initiate a lottery
later this year to issue five new, full liquor licenses in San Francisco.