There are no easy answers to addressing economic inequality, but EITC programs are effective in reducing it. I commit myself to work in the legislature to continue finding ways to lift Californians out of poverty.
As always, the truth about aliens is malleable, and politicians are trimmers; they love illegal aliens as part of their politics. As the son of a legal immigrant and husband of another legal immigrant, I scratch my head in dismay.
Police activity in the Sunset District.
Crime Rates Dropping by Capt. Robert Yick Dear residents and community members: In comparison to March, the April trend for residential burglaries is down, and auto burglaries are still trending down from last year. Violent crimes are […]
News items from the Sunset District.
For Wayne Hiroshima and Bill Lafferty, working as assistant gardeners in Golden Gate Park around plants, animals and birds, places them regularly in the life cycle. They discover how plants, animals, birds and humans are all interdependent on each other.
Coyote season is here, that time of year between April and August when coyote sightings sometimes cause problems with humans and their pets, so Project Coyote is giving seminars about what to do when encountering the wild animals.
Things to do in April, 2018.
Letters to the Editor – Richmond Review.
Recently, housing activists starting using the term “ethnic cleansing” to describe what is going on in the San Francisco real estate market!
His brilliant mind seemed to absorb so much and go at a much faster speed than all of his peers, as several comedians interviewed in the documentary noted, including David Letterman, Steve Martin, Eric Idle, Lewis Black and close friend, Billy Crystal.
Neighborhood updates from Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
Police action in the Richmond District.
On March 16, the Google Doodle Team visited George Peabody Elementary School in the Richmond District and surprised the students by revealing that a recently installed mural honoring the school’s namesake was designed and painted by Doodle artists […]
To decrease San Francisco’s dependency on the Hetch Hetchy water system, which delivers water from the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the SF Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and the SF Recreation and Park Department are in the process of switching to “recycled” water for irrigating Golden Gate and Lincoln parks and the Presidio.