District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar today introduced legislation that would maintain the Great Highway between Lincoln Way and Sloat Boulevard as a car-free promenade on weekends and holidays under a three-year pilot study.
And finally, I also want to thank the voters of District 4 and Citywide — with all the ballots counted, Proposition G, Public Health Emergency Leave, has passed in a landslide, with more than 64% of voters supporting it. It won in every district in the City, and nearly every precinct.
Last month, voters decisively chose a different direction for the school board, recalling all three Board of Education Commissioners on the ballot by large margins.
With the start of the Lunar New Year and following a surge in anti-Asian hate, Supervisor Gordon Mar was joined by community leaders and the SF Police Department to announce five new public safety programs for the Sunset District, the Asian community and seniors.
We need to support our veterans, and protect, preserve and expand our middle class.
When the pandemic started, one of the earliest and broadest measures the City took to protect public health was mandating the closure of thousands of small businesses. Before we had vaccines and before we knew the efficacy of masking, physical distance was the bluntest and best instrument we had to use, and we used it – sacrificing livelihoods to save lives.
On Friday, Sept. 10, District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar, in partnership with the Planning Department and Asian Inc., launched the Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Incentives Pilot Program for Sunset homeowners …
One of the countless things the pandemic has upended in our lives is our sense of safety and belonging. Being together with family, with friends, with neighbors – the very things that are central to our sense of community and comfort – were suddenly made dangerous.
For months, community members, district supervisors and their aides, and other key stakeholders in the Sunset community have worked establish the Sunset Chinese Cultural District.