It’s 7 a.m., 57° and headed to 59°. Details for the next 10 days are here.
SF Gate reports on new census data that shows more in the middle class moved out of San Francisco than moved in.
A net of about 5,075 individuals earning between $35,000 and $74,999 annually moved out of San Francisco between 2007 and 2011, according to Census Bureau data from those years. That number is about 40 percent more than the 3,654 people in the same income bracket that moved into the city during those years.
Large chunks of those middle income-earners departed the city for nearby Bay Area counties, including over a thousand to Alameda County just across the bay. READ MORE.
In more bad news, the California Budget Project writes that the Governor’s budget for Cal Works, the safety net of sorts for the poor, cuts the grants to the lowest level since the Great Depression.
This brief shows that despite the state’s improving revenue outlook, the Governor’s proposal would leave CalWORKs cash grants near the diminished level to which they were cut during the Great Recession. Under the Governor’s proposed budget, the maximum grant would remain well below the “deep poverty” cutoff, which is 50 percent of the federal poverty line. REAd MORE.
And good news for a rainy day? There will be more of the same for the next few days.
2 p.m. Modern Times. Imagine Living in a Socialist USA.
2 p.m. Mission Branch Library, Getting covered under the new health law.
4 p.m. Share the love at Creativity Explored.
7 p.m. Life Drawing Session at the Arc Gallery.
Enjoy the day.