“… 79% of San Francisco households who own or lease a motor vehicle have been the target of bad transportation policy for the past 15 years, as determined by the radicals who have taken over the SFMTA Board and espouse a “car-less” San Francisco…“
By Tony Hall
“In 1999, when voters approved the bonds to rebuild LHH for our “Old Friends,” …those over the age of 75 was 52%. Not any more, due to a variety of changes at LHH.”.…
By Patrick Monette-Shaw
“… the Assessor position … has been considered a place where someone would be politically rewarded and retire at a high pension. … it is now looked at as a stepping stone for higher office. I hope the current Assessor will take this opportunity to provide a professional environment, and not just use the position like her predecessors …”
By John Farrell
“A few months ago, a coalition of grassroots park activists filed to put an initiative on the November ballot. Its goal is to give the public the opportunity to vote a simple “yes” or “no” on putting artificial turf and stadium lights in the western section of Golden Gate Park.”
By Kathy Howard More...
“If City Attorney Brian Crossman’s assertion is true that Proposition M has no ability to influence building policy today, then what about Proposition B, passed by voters in the last election, which concerns building height along the waterfront?…””
By Glenn Rogers and Aaron Goodman More...
“Property owners and tenants alike have to understand how Supervisor David Chiu’s weak Airbnb legislation will reduce housing, hurt San Francisco’s hotel industry, displace hotel worker jobs, and impact neighborhoods in the long-term.”.”
By George Wooding More...
“ …turmoil at Laguna Honda … is related to the replacement of competent managers with apparatchiks. Llewellyn’s implosion exposes the fault-lines under Laguna Honda’s occupation - and Hirose’s tenure.”
By Dr. Maria Rivero & Dr. Derek Kerr
“It was a time of elections and of planning for the November election with groups trying to square off with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority; the Airbnb situation; secondary units; Children and Families, and the MTA pushing their own initiative. Add in a pinch of burglary, some open space dialogue, and a board election and voila, a recipe for the final two WOTPCC meetings of their year. ”
By Mitch Bull More...
“While not praising the SFMTA, San Francisco’s current taxi regulator, it has in place stringent rules that guarantee public safety and convenience, including but not limited to complete vehicle coverage for all expected incidents, driver-checks, vehicle-checks, drug-testing, driver-training opportunities …”
By Brian Browne
“It does matter. San Francisco officials and leaders used to get things done; now they just ask everyone’s opinion and let things die on the vine. Could the Transamerica pyramid get built today? It’s doubtful. I just hope Beach Blanket Babylon isn’t soon moving to Dallas. The lack of leadership and commitment is glaring.”
“Cerebral vascular accidents, or strokes, affect over 700,000 Americans each year. Many stroke survivors have a long-term loss of hand function and a resulting loss of independence. The Saebo Reach splint was designed by occupational therapists to address this type of injury.”
Anise J. Matteson
“…once you reach age 50 you have more flexibility. Provisions in the tax code allow for “catch-up” contributions to these types of tax-advantaged savings plans.””
By Brandon Miller and Joanne Jordan Read More…
Golden Gate Heights 1927
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