It is 7 a.m., 52° and headed to 68°. Details for the next 10 days are here.
Refugee Shacks. Carl Nolte writes about the more than 5,000 refugee shacks that went up after the 1906 earthquake. Some 100 of them still remain, some on public display and others owned privately. “They are people’s homes. There are two dozen of them in Bernal Heights, three in the Sunset District, four in Ocean View, several more in Daly City, a few in San Bruno and at least one in Santa Cruz,” he writes. Read more.
As tax day approaches, the California Budget Project has a report showing that the lowest income households pay a larger percent of their income in taxes — those earning less than “$13,000 a year on average, pay 10.6 percent of their incomes in state and local taxes. This is a larger share than all other segments of households — including the very wealthy. The top 1 percent of Californians, with an average annual income of $1.6 million, pay just 8.8 percent of their incomes in state and local taxes — or nearly two full percentage points less than the state’s poorest families.” READ MORE.
And Baking Me Hungry has the Boba Guys story.
Mission Mission has a nice shot of the work going on in Dolores Park.
Enjoy the day!