Hi, my name is Trevor McNeil and I’m running to be your next District 4 supervisor. I’m running because I want our neighborhoods to be safe, affordable and vibrant for San Francisco families. I was raised in San […]
I’m running for supervisor because the Sunset deserves a proven leader and independent voice at City Hall. I came to San Francisco in 1988 after graduating from U.C. Berkeley, drawn by our rich culture, values and diversity. My wife, […]
Ours is a city of love, culture, cuisine and the arts. When the rest of the world talks about the wealth of San Francisco, should it be in regards to real estate investments like we’re a West Coast Wall Street or do we help them remember the richness of our communities?
I am proud to serve the residents of the Sunset District as a legislative aide to District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang. My focus is on enhancing neighborhood and merchant corridor vitality, increasing public safety, providing housing that families […]
Are you frustrated and embarrassed at the direction City Hall is taking San Francisco? Then elect me to bring balance to the SF Board of Supervisors and common sense to City Hall.
“I Am My Own Mother” was among the 17 chosen (from 2,400 entries from around the world) by Cinefondation, an organization whose mission is discovering new talent for the festival.
Recent police activity in the Sunset District.
Our next community meeting will be on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 6 p.m., at the Taraval Police Station, located at 2345 24th Ave. Parking is limited so please try to carpool or get a ride. We would love to have you attend and express any concerns that you may have.
On Sept. 18, at approximately 8:53 p.m., neighbors heard shots ring out; shots that killed a 20-year-old man, whom the SF Medical Examiner later identified as Ryan Sacdalan. Police are diligently seeking evidence to determine what happened that fateful night, but they have little to go on at this point.
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Richmond District native Kyle Shin is eagerly anticipating the release of his latest collection of songs in February. To the world outside of Shin’s neighborhood at 39th Avenue and Balboa Street, he is known as “Son of Paper.”
To commemorate the centennial of the opening of the old Coliseum Theatre, the local history organization Western Neighborhoods Project will host two presentations on west side neighborhood movie houses at its “home for history,” located at 1617 Balboa St.
As chair of the Assembly Budget Committee, one of my biggest priorities is improving education outcomes for our students. The budget plan we adopted this year provides record funding for K-12 education.
Last month, I mentioned the self-congratulatory dedication of the Transbay Terminal, another San Francisco project years behind schedule and tens of millions of dollars more expensive than represented to taxpayers for more than a decade.