Ribbon-Cutting for Cesar Chavez Improvements

Courtesy of DPW

Courtesy of DPW

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It is interesting that city officials still do this. I guess it is what is called getting closure. The Cesar Chavez improvement project seemed to take forever, but now it is done. If you want to celebrate, attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the northeast corner of Cesar Chavez and Capp streets.

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4 Comments

  1. ThatGuy

    THANKS TECH BUSES! :(

  2. Chris

    Displacement. Gentrification

    • Christian

      Seriously? What is your issue with a safer, cleaner street, with calmed traffic? Palm trees too foofy?

  3. Pamela

    Army Street looks terrific! Who would have thought it; the street had been a dump for such a long time! Looks just as good as the stretch from Dolores St going into Noe Valley.The palm trees are beautiful. Much easier to get around now that it is not an extension of the freeway. Drivers are forced to slow down & watch what they are doing. The new lighting is a vast improvement over the dimness that was before. Another upgrade would be to add more sidewalk trees, as well as try to do something about the rundown, blighted properties along the way.

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