After reading Pendergast’s articles, March, and April 2022, I feel I must comment and address some of the questions, tergiversations and misinformation.
Both Kopp and the Congress should know that this is unconstitutional and the early voting has given 11 votes for by Republicans, and 11 votes against by Democrats, with the deciding vote by the vice president who is a Democratic White woman.
Making Lake a Slow Street, say on Sundays, 9 a.m.–6 p.m., might be nice, but it’s hardly necessary. A permanent seven-day Slow Street serves no purpose.
After reading Quentin Kopp’s column in the March 2022 edition lamenting President Biden’s campaign promise to appoint a Black woman to the U.S. Supreme Court, I needed a place to cry too. Instead, I thought I would share some information with the Sunset Beacon’s readers.
I wrote a correspondence to President Donald Trump that I looked at him as my God Father, and the God Father of all Americans. A second correspondence that his image should be carved into Mt. Rushmore.
In essence: from Park Presidio west to 28th Avenue, they plan to eliminate diagonal parking and replace it with parallel parking in order to streamline bus traffic with dedicated lanes.
Concerned citizens should demand that the Planning Department turn this crass project down.
I have an elderly grandmother who loves visiting the park. As she continues to grow old and in turn, become less mobile, she can’t visit the attractions she once loved because of the closure.
When I could, I would bike or walk everywhere; in the park, on the beach and in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Not once did I think that the cars using the roadways in the park or along the UGH should be eliminated for those who wanted to go for a Sunday drive …
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department has just released a plan for improved shuttle service along JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park.
Restrictions on cultural and arts institutional activities during the pandemic severely curtailed the gathering of people for concerts, shows, exhibitions, and eliminated all types of indoor programming like music classes, drama, theatre and dance instruction.
Regarding a proposed compromise, when has any legally protected group ever given up their civil and legal rights in the name of compromise?
But throwing money into the ocean is less wasteful than what SF is doing right now. Sea levels are rising and NOAA has already mapped out large areas on SF’s east, north and west sides, plus Treasure Island, that will soon be underwater.
The column Recalls and Recology, Feb. 6, 2022, includes factually incorrect and misleading information
centering public education. Let’s all Vote Yes on A, B, and C and Recall these three Commissioners. Let’s do this vote on Tuesday, Feb. 15 for the 49,000+ students.