There will be almost no emergency water supplies for the SFFD to use in
these neighborhoods for fighting fires after the “big one” hits.
The San Francisco Village (SFV) had a grand opening of its new home, an
intergenerational community space located at 3220 Fulton St.
The National Park Service (NPS) announced in October that it has permanently ended a
planning and rulemaking process intended to establish new regulations related to dog
management at the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA).
The SF Recreation and Park Department is about to start construction on a new free-
standing restroom at Golden Gate Park’s Boat Playground, which is located near 45th
Avenue and Lincoln Way.
The SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) presented to the public on Oct. 18 its
final plan to ease traffic on Eighth Avenue, between Lake and Fulton streets in the Inner
The CYC was established to provide youths with alternatives and access to legitimate
means of achieving their aspirations and independence as well as reaching their
highest potential as individuals with a positive self and cultural identity.
More than 15 San Francisco neighborhoods could burn to the ground due to a lack of water at the SF Fire Department ’s (SFFD) disposal after a major earthquake.
Whether it’s the Geary Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), or the L Taraval streetcar line, the public
and local merchants are ignored as being minor disruptions to the agency’s self-proclaimed higher ideals.
… my bill will grant five new liquor
licenses per year, for five years, to San Francisco.
Things to do in the Richmond District.
The Planning Association for the Richmond’s (PAR) bylaws set out its mission, which is to
develop and implement policies for the maintenance and enhancement of the physical
and social dimensions of life in the district.
After learning about Hurricane Harvey and the devastation it caused in Houston,
Richmond natives Lori Agbabian (age 11) and Arman Agbabian (age 8) felt a call to
action and set up a lemonade stand on Sept. 3 to raise money for relief efforts.
These are laws that have been passed but most people do not know about
them because they are not well publicized and only apply in certain situations. But, if
you fall into one of these categories, you can save yourself a lot of money!
In the ballot pamphlet supporting their position, the 10 supervisors said, “Proposition E
will make Muni much more accountable for service delivered. It will take strong steps to
reduce traffic by finally making transit a real alternative to the automobile, and it will
ensure Muni is fully funded to meet the City’s transit needs for years to come.”
None of those goals have come to pass.