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.
The New Zealand native and current San Francisco resident is one of the top three
female open water marathon swimmers in the world and the subject of a suspenseful
new documentary, “Kim Swims.”
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.
Updates from Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer
Three Richmond District residents, Robert Pawlak and Tom and Christine Raher, won the
San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club’s 2017 Centennial Cup on Aug. 26.
Roundup of police activity in the Richmond District.
Activities and news in the Richmond District.
Two unknown suspects approached a man who was smoking near California
Street and 22nd Avenue on Sept. 6.
There will be numerous events in theOuter Richmond District in October, including
a benefit show for the historic Balboa Theater.
The new city police chief came out to the Richmond District on Sept. 14 to talk
about crime issues and answer questions from the audience.
The SF County Transportation Authority (SFCTA), which is comprised of all 11 members
of the SF Board of Supervisors, allocated $580,926 in half-cent sales tax funds in July to
the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) for traffic calming measures in
Golden Gate Park.
Although the location, at one of the busiest intersections in the City, might appear to be a
highly profitable one, it seems this was not the case for Best Buy.
A bill now sitting on California Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk, waiting for his signature, might
bring recycling centers back to San Francisco’s west side,.
Vintage photo of Golden Gate Park, the Richmond District, the Presidio and marin.