It’s 7 a.m., 48º and headed toward 65º. Details here.
Well, The Guardian has gotten into the Google bus bustle, decrying the lack of subtlety.
In a metropolitan area known for its flamboyant political theatre, its anarchist streak and a tendency for liberals to turn on each other as much as their political enemies, the point has not always been made with the greatest subtlety.
“You are not innocent victims,” one flyer directed at tech workers said. “You live your comfortable lives surrounded by poverty, homelessness and death, seemingly oblivious to everything around you, lost in the big bucks and success.”
For more on the British take, read here.
SFGate focused on income inequality on Sunday, offering an easy way to catch up on the possible ballot initiatives in the offing this fall. All could have legs given the Pew’s research.
A national Pew Research survey released last week found that 69 percent of those surveyed think the government should do either “a lot” or “some” to reduce the wealth gap. Read more here.
If you’re a civilian and looking for tech advice on the best step counter/pedometer around, Tech Crunch offers its two cents here.
But this is all so serious. Where is the humor? Ah, maybe it is not all so funny. What a shame.
9:30 a.m. Assessment Appeals Board, Room 406, City Hall. Meets to consider appeals on an assessed value. No addresses in the Mission appear, but there is an interesting one in Noe Valley where the owner of 4128 24th Street would like the assessed value to be reduced from $2.4 million to $1.3 million. It seems like it sold in August, 2013 for $2.6 million.
1:30 p..m. Land Use and Economics Committee, Room 263, City Hall. Nothing particularly Mission- centric.
1:30 p.m. The Assessment Appeals Board resumes its work in 406 and it could be more interesting to hear owners make the case for assessing property downwards.
5 p.m. San Francisco Youth Commission, Room 345 A.
1:15 p.m. Rhyme Time and Playtime in the Children’s Area at the Mission Branch of the Public Library.
8 p.m. Trivia night at Rosamunde’s on Mission Street near 24th Street.
Here is how to entertain yourself at the bars, from SF WEekly
And here are Monday’s AA meetings.
Enjoy the day!