Color-coded maps showing the distribution of voters on key election issues, November 2022. Maps by Chris Arvin.
Letter to the Editor: The People Have Spoken on JFK/UGH
There can be no doubt about the result: People want car free areas in San Francisco.
Sponsored: Westside SF – Vote ‘Yes’ on Prop. I, ‘No’ on Prop. J
City leadership has been missing in action across a range of issues, so not surprisingly a San Francisco Chronicle opinion poll found Mayor London Breed with less than 25% favorability rating, and the Board of Supervisors with 12%.
Letter to the Editor: We Are Humans, Not Tech Upgrades
I am retired and able to visit Golden Gate Park when I wish. However, there are retired girlfriends of mine who worked many years as civil servants in SF who do not enjoy that privilege.
Letter to the Editor: Yes on Prop. I, No on Prop. J
As Gordon Mar’s “pilot project” moves through the city agencies and onto its eventual vote and passage by the Board of Supervisors, the Upper Great Highway’s closure will be allowed to continue without an environmental study through Dec. 31, 2025, for a total of five years and eight months since its initial shutdown, despite the escalation of erosion of our sand dunes and destruction of our wildlife sanctuary from unrestricted foot traffic when vehicles are banned and beachgoers ignore designated crosswalks.