Good Morning Mission!

Sunrise from the Mission Local office. Photo by Molly Oleson

Sunrise from the Mission Local office. Photo by Molly Oleson

It is 7 a.m., 56° and headed into a very pleasant, very clear 72° and it is looking like a pretty spectacular week. Details for the next 10 days are here. It’s going to be hot…

As the Chronicle reported yesterday, we’re in the middle of  a heat wave, with record-setting temperatures throughout the week. Stay cool, but also consider ways you can conserve water; we’re still in the middle of a drought, folks.

Want to enjoy the hot sun out in one of the city’s many public plazas? Watch those spaces carefully — they might take on some new stewards. The Board of Supervisor’s Land Use and Economic Development Committee is voting today on a proposal that would grant certain nonprofits control over various public plazas throughout the city. The Examiner has more. 

If you’re feeling hooked on sending flowers post-Mothers Day, consider another group of individuals worthy of your good tidings: nurses. Today is International Nurses day, a day to celebrate the fine folk who help you heal. It’s also the birth date of Florence Nightingale, one of history’s most famous nurses. So to the nurses in your life, open your mouth and say “Ahhh,” and “Thanks.”

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