A new film about Parkmerced will be featured at the 16th annual SF Documentary Festival in June. “Who Killed Parkmerced?” explores the fate of the largest residential housing development in the City, located next to San Francisco […]
I anticipate one or more openings on the board in the coming months. If you are
interested in rolling up your sleeves and working with your neighbors to
maintain and enhance the physical and social dimensions of life in the Richmond as a
member of PAR’s board of directors, then please e-mail me at sfparpresident@
gmail.com or call me at (415) 541-5652.
Ways to resolve conflicts John M. Lee In the practice of real estate, conflicts and negotiation between buyers and sellers are commonplace. But what happens when an agreement cannot be reached and neither […]
If we’ve learned anything from these last few months, it’s that our progress to
become a more perfect union is fragile. We must be vigilant about keeping the
progress we have made, and stopping rollbacks of justice and equality.
Updates for the Richmond District by San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
Recent police activity in the Richmond District
My goal here as captain is to convey and spread the message that being smart with your belongings and planning will prevent people from being a victim of an auto burglary.
The 325-square-feet of bright, clean and newly-renovated office space for
The Writing Salon looks like it is just big enough to fit a ping pong table for a game
of doubles. Its intended design, however, is to release the unlimited potential of the
The project is funded from the $248 million Road Repaving and Street Safety
Bond, which voters passed in 2011.
The SF Board of Supervisors held a hearing on May 24 to review the current status of the San Francisco Ground Water Project.
Calendar of Events. May, 2017.
Rent control problems By John M. Lee Have you ever tried solving a complex problem and had unintended consequences after all is said and done? What did you do? Legislators passing complex laws […]
City Hall, by Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
California will initiate a lottery
later this year to issue five new, full liquor licenses in San Francisco.
Police activity in San Francisco’s Richmond District.