Thus water is not the only requirement during an earthquake in San Francisco. I remember an earthquake that happened at Market Street at Beal Street where the concrete façade’s on the buildings’ roofs came down like rain and broke like mortar on the sidewalk as I looked up Market Street as it rolled like ocean waves at the beach.
While so much attention is being devoted to Proposition H, the Boudin recall, another important proposition with long-lasting impact is tucked away as Proposition C.
Thank you for shining a light on so many of our neighborhood issues, especially those pertaining to the Great Highway between Lincoln Way and Sloat Boulevard. Open the Great Highway Alliance, a nonprofit benefit corporation, hopes you will publish the following statement concerning upcoming legislation that will affect the future of the Great Highway.
We do however know of Republicans who “harvested” votes and ballots in Florida and Texas that got prosecuted. Also of Republicans who voted more than once in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina.
I attended the Board of Supervisors meeting that decided the fate of JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park. Prior to the vote, there were presentations of studies that had no focus on the Monday-to-Friday closings.
As always, I am impressed by the commentary by the Honorable Quentin L. Kopp, this time advice on ballot measures in the May issue of the Sunset Beacon, where he begins with the prose by Walt Whitman where he says “I know nothing grander than a well contested American national election”.
Chesa Boudin is just doing what he pledged to do; thus, a recall is uncalled for, or at least premature.
We just wanted to thank you on behalf of this household – as well as our neighbors here in the Outer Sunset on The Edge of The Known World, who have come here from all over the world – for publishing what we think the esteemed Judge Kopp offers every issue of the Sunset Beacon.
I strongly support recalling Chesa Boudin as a necessary step to make our neighborhood and our city safer.
I love your paper, I’m old school and I get excited every time I get a new issue delivered to my front door.
The most important issue facing San Francisco voters is the recall of District Attorney Chesa Boudin. Contrary to the three commentators in the May 2022 edition of the Richmond Review who oppose recall, Mr. Boudin has not only demonstrated that he is unfit to serve, but his tenure has proven to be so dangerous that recall is mandated. The arguments against recall are not tenable.
I voted for Chesa Boudin for San Francisco District Attorney because I agree with his stated goal of focusing on services and rehabilitation instead of incarceration. That’s why I am voting “no” on Proposition H, the Boudin recall.
After all, the purpose of government is to subsidize, maintain and enhance the class interests of the wealthy, a mission it does exceedingly well.
It seems fairly obvious to all but the smallest percentage of people, that if the highway is going to be open to traffic during the week, it’s ludicrous to close the highway at noon on Fridays.
There is more at stake in reducing artificial light than exploring the universe, important as that is.