Extension approved even though few companies use the exemption. En Español
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Tagged anrica deb, biotech payroll tax exemption, chris daly, david campos, Fibrogen, gavin newsom, John Avalos, life sciences, michela alioto-pier, mission bay, ordinance, San Francisco office of economic and workforce development, tax breaks, UCSF
En Español Bayview has seen four, high profile MUNI-related attacks on Asians this year, one that resulted in the death of 83-year old Huan Chen. Three of the incidents were connected with the two-year-old T-Third...
30 Comments Filed under Front Page, MUNI, Transportation, Trouble
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Planning Commission approves unprecedented project. En Español
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Gum, as it turns out, hangs out for a long time, whether it's naturally or artificially derived. And it's definitely cheaper to let it linger.En Español
4 Comments Filed under Food, Front Page, Street Science, Topics
Tagged anrica deb, bubble gum, bubblegum, chewing gum, cleaning, gum base, plastic, polymers, sidewalk, teeth, wrigley's
Despite sewer overflow and history of mercury, lead and PCBs, water remains untested En Español
11 Comments Filed under Front Page, Government & Non Profits, Health, Mobile
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Burning Man warehouse disappears and the Bluepeter warehouse saga continues.
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Tagged alexandria real estate, amy neches, anrica deb, blue peter, bluepeter, corinne woods, dogpatch neighborhood association, fourth street, mission bay, mission bay development group, motocross, port authority, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, supercross
Holidays and hormones are just some of the topics to look at when addressing wellness in Mission kids.
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Tagged adolescent, american association of suicidology, anrica deb, behavior, brendan simon, Deborah Bueti, depression, educational theatre program, elena flores, Everett Middle School, kaiser, nightmare on puberty street, poll, sex, sex ed, suicide, taylor swift
Plus, asking Feds for money for roads, committee sours on high-speed rail En Español
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Hundreds convened at Mission Bay to watch the show.
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Last minute board meeting introduces possible science-themed school near UCSF.
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Birds, bats, skeletons, and sharks - all free this weekend for Mission residents.
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Free this weekend for all in 94110.
Tiny life sciences resist the recession - a roundup from Mission Bay.
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Tagged anrica deb, Baybio, biotech, Daryl Faulds, Fibrogen, flu, gavin newsom, Gemmus, mission bay, QB3, recession, Solidus, swine, UCSF, venture capital
What we don’t know about this flu season.
2 Comments Filed under Front Page, Government & Non Profits, Health
Tagged anrica deb, Charles Chiu, flu, H1N1, health, influenza, swine, UCSF, virus