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  • SB 827 Protesters Vie With Counterprotesters

    “SB 827 is dead ... Senator Scott Wiener's audacious and polarizing bill ...resorted to preemption of local democracy – over-riding local zoning regulations to promote taller, denser buildings around transit lines.” By Dr. Derek Kerr Read More

  • Wiener's Still at It!

    Unwanted: Dead (SB 827) or Alive (SB 828)

    “.The citizens of San Francisco should be rejoicing that SB 827 did not pass, because 96% of us would have been impacted. It is strange to watch our so-called representative turn on us and then try to harm our property rights.” By George Wooding More ...

  • Why We Care About the Closure of St. Lukes Sub-acute Care Units

    “…the loss of subacute care in San Francisco is at a crisis stage and should be considered a public health emergency. It must be addressed by CPMC, by the City's private and public hospitals, by the City's government, and most of all, by the City's residents, whose power is needed to force a resolution.”

    by Dr. Teresa Palmer Read More ...

  • My Recommendations

    Looking at the June 5 Election

    “With 15 local, regional, and state propositions and 20 elected officials' contests on the San Francisco municipal and California's primary election ballots, San Franciscans face a minefield determining how to cast their votes on June 5.”

    By Patrick Monette-Shaw Read More

  • Quentin Kopp

    California Election Recommendatins

    “ven though my First Amendment rights have been lost on city elections as an Ethics Commission member (and now Vice-Chairman following retired Golden Gate University School of Law dean and Chief Deputy Public Defender Peter Keane's resignation after a vote double-cross by the current Chairman), I still retain such right regarding state and federal elections. ”

    Quentin Kopp
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  • The Mysterious History of Lake Merced

    “...as winter waters became too much for the lake to hold. There is an eye witness account on November 22,1852 of a loud crack. Then, a fissure appeared 1/2 mile wide and 300 yards long which allowed the water of Lake Merced to flow into the Pacific Ocean.”

    More... By Glenn Rogers

  • CleanPowerSF Comes Calling

    “You may have heard that PG&E is losing business in San Francisco to the SFPUC program CleanPowerSF. Your household will automatically be enrolled in CleanPowerSF unless you opt out. ”

    By Steve Lawrence

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  • West of Twin Peaks Central Council
    MAY MEETING

    “...topics ranging from the upcoming Mayoral Forum, to the Twin Peaks Tunnel Project slated for this summer, as well as a recap on Senate Bills 827 and 828.”

    By Mitch Bull Read More ...

  • DSFERS Pension Conflicts of Interest

    “Thousands of POA Journal readers might have missed out on earning a superior return during one of the greatest bull markets because of this amateur and erroneous advertising. Under FINRA Rule 2210, Prudential Insurance, the POA, and the welfare officer are all civilly liable for this mistake.”

    By Lou Barberini

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  • May 2018

    “…with four weeks to go, the race to be the next Mayor of San Francisco is heating up. There is still no clear-cut favorite to win outright, with London Breed, Mark Leno and Jane Kim all bunched near the top and Angela Alioto trailing (among the four major candidates). It is really up to the voters ..” Read More ...

  • Brandon Miller

    Surviving a Volatile Investment Market

    “The President tweets and the markets soar. His next tweet sends the Dow toward its worst day ever. Months of astounding gains are wiped out in a single day. And before you can fully absorb what has happened, another domestic or global situation causes the market to rise and fall like a Richter scale during an earthquake swarm.”

    By Brandon Miller

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  • Meet With the Captain

    Tuesday, May 15 | 6 pm –7 pm Taraval Station Community Room

    Ten Residential Burglars Arrested

    “... the department announced that 10 of 30 identified residential burglars were arrested in connection with 60 residential burglaries in the Taraval, Ingleside and Bayview Districts.” Read More ...

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    Senior Smarts

    Patient Self-Determination Act

    “Passed by the U.S. Congress in 1990, it became effective on December 1, 1991. The purpose is to inform patients of their rights regarding decisions towards their own medical care, and ensure that these rights are communicated by the healthcare provider.”

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  • Remember When?

    WEST PORTAL TUNNEL | July 14, 1916

    Published by permission of the San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Agency Photo Library More ...

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