Our neighborhood deserves leadership that is progressive, pragmatic, and puts the Richmond first. My name is David Lee and I believe that our district has been neglected by City Hall for too long.
Candidate for District 1 Supervisor: Sherman D’Silva
I believe the Richmond District can be a better place to live, work and visit. Working together we can clean our streets, fix our sidewalks and roads, and make the streets safer for our family, friends and neighbors.
Candidate for District 1 Supervisor: Connie Chan
I remember the first time I saw San Francisco. I was 13 years old arriving in the city with my family. My mother brought my brother and me here to give us a new start.
SFUSD Considers Changing Schools’ Names
George Washington High School, Presidio Middle School, Theodore Roosevelt Middle School, Claire Lilienthal Elementary School, Alamo Elementary School, Frank McCoppin Elementary School and Sutro Elementary are all recommended by the School Names Advisory Committee for name changes.
Housing Advocates Call for Evictions Moratorium
Although Gov. Gavin Newsom signed protections for tenants during the pandemic, San Francisco courts have resumed other eviction cases in spite of protests by westside housing advocates who say this is not the time to increase homelessness.
Restaurant Parklets Sprout in the Richmond
Parklets and “shared spaces” are popping up like mushrooms on the streets in front of restaurants, diners and other services throughout the Richmond District as businesses struggle to recover from the pandemic’s economic chaos.
Remembering the Autumn Moon Festival in Photos
By Gui Oliveira September kicks off the Richmond District’s Autumn Moon Festival. Needless to say, this year the event won’t be like in previous years but neighbors can still participate virtually here. […]
Press Release: Sexual Battery Incidents in Sea Cliff
The San Francisco Police Department is actively investigating a number of sexual batteries that occurred in the Sea Cliff area in recent months.
Press Release: High School Students Make History in Writing Competition
Three history-loving teen writers will be awarded the 2020 Fracchia Prize by San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed and the Golden Gate Park walking tours they designed will be made available to the public for free.
COVID-19 Update from Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer
Updates on reopening businesses and schools.
Press Release: Legion of Honor and deYoung Museums Announce Plans to Reopen
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco announce the reopening of the de Young and Legion of Honor museums, following their temporary closure under the shelter-in-place order mandated by the City of San Francisco.
Letter to the Editor: Retail Worker Assaulted
Yesterday afternoon I was punched in the face and pushed to the ground by two men who were attacking my manager over their not wearing masks properly.
Historical Photo – Lands End Landmark
This glass negative shows a slice of life at the Lands End Station near Mile Rock in 1906. People waiting for a United Railroads streetcar along this electrified Cliff Line could take in the view from benches along its perimeter, or escape the unpredictable weather and grab a snack from the waiting room inside.
Real Estate – John M. Lee
I don’t know about you, but I am hoping that the rest of 2020 will go by quickly and we can put this year behind us and return back to our normal lives that we are accustomed to!
Real Estate Market Stays Strong in the Richmond
A recently published Zillow report has led some news outlets to declare a 2020 San Francisco exodus. One SFGate article ran a headline that read, in part: “The 2020 San Francisco exodus is real, and historic.” Yet some of the city’s Realtors disagree.