It’s 7 a.m., 56° and headed to 61°. Details for the next 10 days are here. For now, the rain is over.
The San Francisco Business Times writes that bartenders are giving a gloved finger to the new state health law that requires them to wear plastic gloves.
Introduced by California Assemblyman Richard Pan, the law went into effect with little debate and even less notification after quietly passing in January.
Since then, legions of industry workers who are slowly becoming aware of the requirement have started to organize and give the finger, so to speak, to the glove law. A six-month grace period before the health department must begin issuing citations for noncompliance could give them just enough time to muster a strong movement against it. READ MORE.
As any Missionite knows, cell phone theft tops the list of crimes on the police department’s recap. Now, SF Weekly reports, State Senator Mark Leno has introduced legislation to require cell phone companies to “install kill-switch technology to render their devices useless if stolen.”
Lastly, The Pizza Shop at 3104 24th Street in the Mission opened at the end of last week. Try it out and tell us what you think.
1:30 p.m. City Hall, Room 263. Land Use and Economic Development Committee. The full agenda is here.
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. SFMTA, One South Van Ness, Second Floor Atrium. Public comment and input on the private shuttle routes. Read more.