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.
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.
Kasie Lee remembers the first time she encountered Chesa Boudin. It was 2019, and Boudin, a recently announced candidate for district attorney, attended a meeting of the “Chinese Six Companies,” the more than century-old alliance of Chinatown community groups officially known as the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association.
Chesa Boudin is just doing what he pledged to do; thus, a recall is uncalled for, or at least premature.
Artist Hazel O’Neil’s cartoon: ‘We Take Crypto’
Phyllis Nabhan (left), owner of Gaslight and Shadows Antiques at 2335 Clement St., poses with Jake Savas, owner of The Wishing Well Workshop at 252 Clement St., at the “Growing Together” event at the Richmond Neighborhood Center on April 24.
Photo Gallery of ‘Guo Pei: Couture Fashion’
As most of the readers of my column know by now, I tend to write on what is the most relevant real estate topic at the moment. I get my ideas from the people I talk with every day. If certain questions come up often, then that becomes the column of the month.
The SFMTA recently completed the first phase of outreach for the Sunset Neighborways project, taking in feedback from neighbors across the Sunset and from hundreds of parents from neighborhood schools.
Comparison photos of Fulton Street and 48th Avenue from 1913 to 2022
Private motor vehicles are permanently banned from the eastern section of John F. Kennedy Drive (JFK) in Golden Gate Park, after a 7-4 vote by the Board of Supervisors, acting as the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA).
Hoping to make Muni’s 28-19th Avenue bus run faster, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) installed “temporary” high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes through Golden Gate Park and the Richmond District, starting at Crossover Drive and along Park Presidio Bypass, then north up Park Presidio Boulevard.
This Mother’s Day, why not visit a monument of our city’s namesake in Golden Gate Park made by a local mother?
I strongly support recalling Chesa Boudin as a necessary step to make our neighborhood and our city safer.