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  • Housing "Supply and Demand" Isn't Working

    “…across the five housing balance reports, Supervisor Tang's District 4 has consistently had negative balances ranging from 375.8% in Report 1, 189.4% in Report 2, 181.2% in Report 3, and 196.6% in Report 4… housing in D-4, remaining stagnant at just 10 net new affordable units …”

    By George Wooding More...

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    Goats on West Portal

    “What began as a shoestring operation, the Potrero Hill location is the oldest restaurant in the area nearly a half-decade later. Their homemade, signature sourdough pizza crust immediately set them apart from any competition.”

    By Tony Taylor More...

  • Taking the M Line Down Under

    “ The first solution was to provide transit above ground only, but move the M Streetcar from the median to the west side of 19th Avenue, so there would be less pedestrian traffic crossing the street slowing down traffic.”

    By Glenn Rogers and George Wooding More...

  • SFPDs Millenial-Tech Effect

    “… a tool (bodycam) that will trigger critical second-guessing, criticism that formulates in the safety of carpeted oversight offices, and not in the microseconds on the street." ”

    By Lou Barberini

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  • Sancturary City for Housing Developers?

    “…the Peskin-Kim proposal expands housing opportunities for both low-income and middle-income households, and the Safai-Breed-Tang proposal reduces one category in order to expand the other .…”

    By Patrick Monette-Shaw

  • Winning, Losing and Somewhere In Between

    “Politicians eagerly take credit for what goes right. So far, CleanPowerSF, which the Mayor once opposed, is a winner. PG&E is saddled with expensive legacy power. Renewable power prices have dropped and are still dropping, favoring the new competitor.”

    By Steve Lawrence

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  • Blended Water?

    Turn It Off Now

    “Supervisors Yee and Sheehy noted that we should revisit this matter once 1 million gallons per day of underground water is in the system, which is expected in late summer. I have a better idea - let's setup a task force. Just kidding!”

    By John Farrell More...

  • Quentin Kopp


    “ Since I've lost virtually all my First Amendment rights as a San Francisco Ethics Commission member to comment upon City Hall indignities, like a forthcoming second garbage rate increase in two years… ”

    Quentin Kopp
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  • Laguna Honda to Assist Medical Aid-In-Dying

    “Patients must personally request MAID from their physician …the physician assesses the patient's eligibility and offers alternate options like Hospice Care, palliative sedation, ending life-prolonging treatment, or voluntarily refusing food and drink..”

    By Dr. Maria Rivero & Dr. Derek Kerr Read More

  • Where the neighborhood takes on the issues.

    West of Twin Peaks Central Council
    May Meeting

    “The May meeting of the West of Twin Peaks Central Council focused on homelessness, an update on the Forest Hills housing project, and a continuing discussion on the blended water supply. ”

    By Mitch Bull


  • On Transportation in 2067

    “…the fifty percent increase in population plus a large modal shift, due to decreased car ownership and good late night service plus fareless rides will lead to a total daily Muni ridership increase of nearly 100%.”

    By Howard Strassnern More...


    MAY 2017


    Publisher Mitch Bull knows what's going on around the City.

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  • Brandon Miller

    Benefits of Tax Diversification in your Retirement Plan

    “You invest after-tax dollars into a Roth IRA, but if certain requirements are met, all withdrawals can qualify for tax-free treatment. This is a unique advantage that few other vehicles offer .”

    By Brandon Miller

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  • Community Safety Meeting

    June 13 | 6 pm –7 pm • Sunset Youth Services • 3918 Judah St. • taraval.org

    Parkmerced Murglaries



  • Overcoming Ocean Obstacles

    “Coral reefs…are living animals that protect coastlines, provide food and shelter for over 25% of marine organisms, yield $500M worth of protein, provide opportunities for biotechnology and energy, assist with nutrient cycling, and generate billions of dollars in tourism annually. ”

    By Nora Hall  Read More…

  • Remember When?

    Laguna Honda Station 1927

    Laguna Honda Station with Municipal Bus 019 Parked in Front | March 17, 1927 | 1 Monterey Park busline. Photo Courtesy of the SFMTA


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