A new “storm-water schoolyard” has begun operation at Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School.
A fire that broke out in an Inner Sunset District home on Oct. 23 was extinguished by the SF Fire Department, but not before it killed a woman, sent a man to the hospital and left six people, including a child, without a residence.
When my November Voter Pamphlet arrived in the mail I marveled at how thin it was this time around. There are only five ballot measures for San Francisco voters to decide and 11 for the state.
In an out-sourcing economy where it seems just about everything, including major appliances, is made cheap, Noriega Furniture stands firm on a commitment to quality and customer service. And it has been that way for the past 70 years.
“It’s a place where older people can enjoy an inexpensive and safe Friday evening and enjoy the company of others,” says Lisa Brinkmann, the San Francisco chapter’s president.
Police activity in the Sunset District last month.
I want to thank everyone who attended our SF Police Commission presentation at St. Ignatius College Preparatory on Oct. 17. We had a great number of attendees, including a class of criminal justice students.
We can save 15 neighborhoods from catastrophic destruction if we demand that the AWSS be completed now, before a major earthquake strikes, by using the 2020 issue of the ESER bonds to finance it.
The Sunset District is getting another recreation center for senior citizens thanks to a donation from a local family and SF Supervisor Katy Tang’s acquiring about half a million dollars from the SF Recreation and Park Department.
Photos from the San Francisco Old Car Picnic at Speedway Meadow/Hellman Hollow in Golden Gate Park.
Photo of Stow Lake in Golden gate Park, circa 1900.
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.
Things to do in San Francisco’s westside communities.
It has been a pleasure representing you in Sacramento and advocating for our shared values. The work we do in the legislature impacts our everyday lives, so I’m happy to report we’ve had another successful year with Gov. Jerry Brown signing several of my bills to make things better in San Francisco and across California.
As a lawyer and retired judge, I was keenly attentive to last month’s confirmation proceedings respecting U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Neither his opponents nor Kavanaugh demonstrated good judgment and appropriate conduct.