After reading this article, I was curious about whether DPW’s policies actually make sense. Just because it’s what DPW does, does not mean it’s the best approach.
Resources Available to Deal With Overflowing Trash Cans
For decades, the City has been trying to solve the problem. It has tried removing public trash receptacles, increasing them and even outfitting them with sensors to let the SF Department of Public Works (DPW) know when they are full. Whatever is done, the problem never seems to abate.
Letter to the Editor: The Mystery of the Trees
Some time in the not-too-distant past, perhaps 10 -15 years ago, five trees were planted on the east side of La Playa Street, between Balboa and Cabrillo. Two of the trees died years ago, while still saplings, and were removed in 2021. Of the trees remaining, two survived into 2022 but are now expired; one is still alive and thriving.
Letter to the Editor – Water Leak on Parker Avenue on June 4
Here are a few pictures from an incident on Parker Avenue that started about 8 a.m. on June 4 with the San Francisco Fire Department, Water Department and PG&E.
Neighborhood clean-up on Sept. 8
There will be a neighborhood clean-up in the Richmond District on Saturday, Sept. 8, as part of the city’s “Love our city” event.