To suggest that there is any similarity between Proposition 1 and the act signed by Gov. Reagan (actually in 1967, not 1970) is preposterous. Judge Kopp must know that the 1967 act, which the sponsors said would reduce the number of abortions in California, was nullified, along with all other state abortion laws, by Roe v. Wade.
Thanks to the closure, though, I have discovered a new route, one that I never would have taken before.
I am writing to you to see what can be done about the traffic circle at the intersection of Parker and Euclid in the Jordan Park neighborhood. It is unsafe for pedestrians and cars.
Emptying JFK Promenade of cars has made the park feel truly like a park the past couple of years. MLK remains open for those who want to see the park from inside a car, and buses provide a low-cost way for anyone to visit.
On behalf of our local merchants, I would like to thank Richmond Station Capt. Gaetano Caltagirone and the officers involved for helping protect merchants and preserve the beautiful neighborhood we live and work in.
It is one thing to create new open spaces on dilapidated properties or, for example, on a tunnel top in the Presidio. It is entirely another thing to close streets used by tens of thousands of automobile drivers every day in commuting to their various destinations, which inevitably and unnecessarily causes the release of massive amounts of additional greenhouse gasses.
While there are two similar-sounding housing measures on San Francisco’s November 8 ballot – Propositions D and E – only one of them will make it faster and easier to build more affordable homes and that’s Prop D: Affordable Homes Now.
Prop. I would reverse this effort, forcing car traffic back on JFK Drive and destroying the weekend compromise for the Upper Great Highway that District 4 residents support.
Prop. H is a socialist power grab, as Mayor London Breed calls it. It’s undemocratic (actually, it’s anti-democratic), as one of its main features is to cancel elections for mayor, district attorney, sheriff, city attorney and city treasurer a year from now.
Kirkham Street is closed to through traffic, but one would not know that simply by standing on the street. Kirkham is as active as ever; cars are simply cutting around the “slow street” barriers and driving as if it were a normal road.
… there is plenty of room on the sidewalk for walkers and wheeling strollers.
I’ve noticed the high speed in 19th Avenue. Ive talked to bus drivers and the response its been the same: the speed of some drivers is very high and above the limits. It feels dangerous to be close to the road or even 10 feet away, close to the wall of a house or business …
For my late mom, I volunteer for the SF Alzheimer’s Walk on Nov. 5 at Pier 27 to raise awareness of dementia and funds for the Alzheimer’s Association research projects and support services …
In the August 2022 Sunset Beacon article written by Kate Quach regarding “Students Join Local Demonstrations Protesting Reversal of Roe v. Wade,” not one of the protesters, nor the readers of this article, have been benefited by ‘Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights for they are still alive and their Mothers have stood Up 4 Right to Life .
I heard there is a case of avian flu outbreak in Sonoma, so I am concerned about the situation at Seventh Avenue and Cabrillo Street in San Francisco. Since I moved here in 2021, there is a woman that has been feeding pigeons. It could lead to major health issues,