Updates from Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer.
A recap of police activity in the Richmond District last month.
The Medical-Legal Partner ship for Seniors, or MLPS as it is known, is working to help seniors overcome those obstacles by using a new model for delivering legal help to vulnerable populations.
On Oct. 25, at the second of three meetings hosted by District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer at the Richmond Recreation Center, ideas for sprucing up that long stretch of grass and trees between Fulton and Lake streets were voted upon by more than a dozen people who live around the area.
Richmond District residents suspecting that there was a jump in auto burglaries this past year now have proof, as newly released SF Police Department (SFPD) statistics show a dramatic rise in the district, even as the rest of the city’s burglary rate dropped from
A lawsuit seeking to put the brakes on the Geary Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit (Geary-BRT) plan has come to the end of the road, after a San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled in the City’s favor.
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Richmond District native Kyle Shin is eagerly anticipating the release of his latest collection of songs in February. To the world outside of Shin’s neighborhood at 39th Avenue and Balboa Street, he is known as “Son of Paper.”
To commemorate the centennial of the opening of the old Coliseum Theatre, the local history organization Western Neighborhoods Project will host two presentations on west side neighborhood movie houses at its “home for history,” located at 1617 Balboa St.
As chair of the Assembly Budget Committee, one of my biggest priorities is improving education outcomes for our students. The budget plan we adopted this year provides record funding for K-12 education.
Last month, I mentioned the self-congratulatory dedication of the Transbay Terminal, another San Francisco project years behind schedule and tens of millions of dollars more expensive than represented to taxpayers for more than a decade.
Things to do on San Francisco’s west side.
A provision empowering the SF Board of Supervisors to amend San Francisco’s voter-enacted government-transparency law, the Sunshine Ordinance, is prompting at least two journalist organizations to oppose a city charter amendment dubbed a “privacy first policy” that will appear as Proposition B on the local ballot this November. Ordinarily, only voters may amend voter-passed ordinances.
As I talk to people and clients every day in San Francisco, I have discovered one of the reasons why the home inventory is so low – it is because property owners do not feel like they can move. If they were to buy something else, their mortgage payments and property taxes would go up, depending on what they buy.