“Under the SFPark pilot program, we adjusted rates block by block and by
time of day. And what we saw is that prices fluctuated pretty significantly,”
Buffy McGuire, co-proprietor of the Java Beach coffee house, received a Certificate of Honor from District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang on March 7. McGuire, who is an entrepreneur as well as a mother, was honored as a Trailblazing […]
…Arthur and Oliver
Rousseau, turned their attention to building single-family homes in the Sunset District, much of which at the time was still covered with sand dunes.
Blended water and affordable housing comments.
Listing of activities in the Richmond district for April, 2017.
The state budget is the most powerful tool California has in fighting poverty and improving the lives of our people.
It provides a framework for us to strengthen the middle class.
The spring selling season is upon us. The first quarter of
2017 flew by quickly and might have given us an early indication of what the real estate market will be like for the rest of the year.
The Great Blue Herons have returned to Golden Gate Park and built five nests on an island near the Stow Lake waterfall. The first chicks hatched on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17. The non-profit organization San […]
“The smaller the press the better, so small that the book a small press publishes might have been made by one writer for one reader,”
Spring is here! With the new season comes a host of celebrations and other activities.
A roundup of the month’s police activities in the Richmond district.
San Francisco Police Capt. Paul Yep has been transferred to the Central Police Station, where he has taken over as the station’s commanding officer.
Shlomit Heller, co-proprietor of the Beauty Network on Geary Boulevard, received a Certificate of Honor from District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer on March 7. Heller, who has been a skin-care expert at the Beauty Network for the […]
A new leader has assumed command at the Richmond District Police Station.
Capt. Alexa O’Brien has taken control, replacing Capt. Paul Yep, who was transferred to
command the Central Police Station.
What started with a misplaced decimal point could end up costing
San Francisco taxpayers as much as $120,000, should the SF
Board of Supervisors (BOS) pass an ordinance before them to approve
a lawsuit settlement.