Good Morning Mission!

Photo by Bob nolehace

It’s 7 a.m., 58° and headed to 60° and apparently our last day of rain for awhile. Details for the next 10 days are here.

Bernalwood reports on two workers being killed in an industrial accident at the Cortland workshop of GGI Granite. 

Is NYC following SF? The NYT ran a lead editorial on that city’s housing crisis, actually calling for — among a number of policy prescriptions — some rent control. “And the city should explore ways to make apartments permanently affordable, rather than letting rent limits expire after a period.” READ MORE.

Lots of new openings last week in the the city including two in the Mission, the Thai Lers Ros on 16th Street near Guerrero and Prubechu, featuring food from Guam, on Mission near 24th Street, reports SF Gate.


Here are Sunday’s listings. 

Enjoy the day.

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One Comment

  1. Mark

    Yes, NYC’s problems are remarkably similar to ours, and they don’t know how to solve them either.

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