I am a mobility-challenged senior. I use a scooter, crutches and walker to get around. I have trouble with the yellow dome bump pads they are putting on every corner. I can lose balance, slip on them if wet and can’t roll up them (too much friction). I’m not strong enough on one leg.
We are seeking your support as this season of giving and gratitude begins. A presence in the San Francisco arts community for over a century, a historic nonprofit arts organization, San Francisco Women Artists (SFWA), believes in the creative and transformative power of art on culture, providing inspiration, insight and hope.
The Richmond continues to hold onto its identity not out of nostalgia, like much of the rest of the city, but out of necessity. Families need a place to live, a place to eat, a place to get their dry cleaning done.
I wanted to let the readers know of a free upcoming medical talk that may be of interest to many folks that are affected.
Health Talk: You are Not your Diagnosis: Reversing Autoimmunity
Dear Senator Feinstein,
You were very much involved in the defeat of the popularly supported “Proposition H, ” which would have banned artificial turf in Golden Gate Park.
Dear Editor: Residents of the Inner Sunset must be left scratching their heads. SF Department of Public Works (DPW) and SF Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) have teamed up to dispense $21 million […]
Given the geology of Northern California, the history of San Francisco and a knowledge of urban conflagrations, it will be clearly understood that, in the absence of adequate post-earthquake emergency water supplies, the 138,000 wood-frame buildings and the 390,000 residents that occupy the fifteen neighborhoods not protected by the AWSS will fall victim to catastrophic loss,
The campaign for undergrounding utility wires and ridding our sidewalks of ugly telephone poles took a solid step forward at the Aug. 27 meeting between the SF Coalition to Underground Utilities (SFCUU) and Telamon Engineering Consultants, Inc.
The proposed California Anti Corruption Initiative is envisioned
to change this sorry state by making it illegal to affix or
associate the name of ANY living individual to any publicly owned
bridge, right of way, vehicle or other property.
The Richmond continues to hold onto its identity not out of nostalgia, like much of the rest of the city, but out of necessity.
We at the San Francisco Coalition to Underground Utilities (SFCUU) want to get rid of the ever-increasing overhead wires and wooden poles that that mar the views and landscapes on almost half of our streets.
Outside Lands recently filled western Golden Gate Park again for a glorious and somewhat disruptive weekend. This huge event among other things limits car travel through the park – and eventually bike and pedestrian access – before, during and immediately after the concert.
Research shows California is one of the top 10 states with the most fatal home fires per capita. But now, California residents have a chance to help change behavior that could help to save lives in the event of a home fire.
Starting this month, construction is going to begin on Taraval Street as SFMTA/Muni begins a two- to three-year construction project ripping up Taraval Street to install new sewer lines, and then repaving Taraval Street, reinstalling the overhead lines and tracks, building the boarding islands, etc.
I am writing in response to the recent commentary by Quentin Kopp about the state of the District Attorney’s race and to correct the record on multiple counts.