The Great Highway is “perfectly fine” in the same way the hideous Embarcadero Freeway was “perfectly fine” before it was demolished following the Loma Prieta earthquake.
Could the district please re-consider permanently closing the UGH? I walked along it when it was closed to cars and found it was like walking in a parking lot …
No “solutions” are needed if the Highway is simply returned to its pre-pandemic use, which worked wonderfully for all and didn’t lead to any problems!
The District 4 Mobility Study was passed with funding from Proposition K by the SFCTA and Board of Supervisors for $500,000 to study a number of streets in District 4, including the Upper Great Highway closure and many other safety improvements on streets connected to the Upper Great Highway.
I was inspired to write after seeing how much crankiness was in your March 2021 newspaper.
The Wheel is of little or no benefit to the de Young and I am disappointed to hear that staff are spending time calling in support of SkyStar, a private, for-profit vendor based in St. Louis, MO, with no transparency, and SF Parks Alliance, a private non-profit.
When you take your dog to the newly renovated Dog Training Area in Golden Gate Park, you may want to avoid letting your dog play on the artificial turf installed there. It may not be good for the dog’s health or for your own health …
American schools once were number one among advance countries abroad. Today they are now among the worst.
End the traffic and gridlock in the outer avenues! Closure of the Upper Great Highway has made a mess of the neighborhood. Now that construction on 19th Avenue is taking place, things are even worse!
“I would encourage The Richmond Review to bring the noise pollution in and around Golden Gate Park to the attention of your readers.”
I’d love to know if anyone is looking into the cozy relationship
between Google and the San Francisco Unified School District?.
For at least the 31 years I have lived in the Sunset District, the UGH, bordered, on either side by parallel pedestrian/biking paths, has effectively and safely served its function of providing a (quite scenic!) route of access between Sloat Boulevard and Lincoln Way, without complaint and to everybody’s satisfaction.
Letter to the Editor: Sunset Community Alliance Assoc. Against Irving St. Affordable Housing Project
I am writing on behalf of the SF Sunset Community Alliance Association to highlight the facts and reality of the situation about the construction of the colossal affordable housing buidling at 2550 Irving St. in the mid-Sunset.
Having helped some friends navigate the choppy waters of finding a COVID-19 vaccine in SF, I created a Google doc to share what I’ve learned. It walks you through the steps to make an appointment …
Attached are photos my wife and I took of a runaway tractor that hit a house on the 700 block of 30th Ave. on Feb. 18.