Si va a votar por el partido Demócrata en las siguientes elecciones primarias ¿votará por Hillary Clinton o Bernie Sanders? Si no votará por el partido Demócrata ¿por quién votará? Darcel Jackson Apoyo a Sanders; quienquiera antes que a Trump. Soy Demócrata y voy a apoyar a quien nomine el partido. Creo que los estadounidenses […]
For our thirteenth weekly question to candidates for District 9 supervisor, we turned to the national level and asked which candidate they would support in the June primary. If you are voting Democrat in the upcoming primary, will you vote for Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders? If not voting Democrat, who will you vote for? […]
Standing in the drizzle outside of St. Luke’s Hospital, Hillary Ronen officially announced her candidacy for District 9 supervisor Thursday afternoon, pledging the construction of thousands of units of new affordable housing and attacking Mayor Ed Lee for ignoring community input. “I will build 5,000 units of affordable housing in District 9 in 10 years,” she […]
“All adults should get vaccinated — educators, janitors, bus drivers, psychologists — and vaccinated as soon as possible,” Supervisor Hillary Ronen said.
At first glance, it’s hard to imagine what would bring two San Francisco supervisors and the son of the late Robin Williams onto the same stage on a chilly Wednesday night. But Supervisor Hillary Ronen, Supervisor Matt Haney, and Zak Williams stopped by Manny’s on 16th and Valencia to talk about something that touches many of our lives, and theirs more than most: mental health.
“The city took some grief because they paid a lot. But in hindsight it was a pretty good deal,” Brad Wiblin said.
Noh Canché was killed in the early morning hours on Saturday, May 22 at James Rolph, Jr. playground in the Mission. The San Francisco Police Department says officers arrived at around 3 a.m. and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
There’s an outdoor bathroom with a tub that someone thought had derived from Oscar Wilde’s imagination. It ‘can fit two or three people if you try,’ a resident informed me. Good to know.
It’s clear many others, including Unidos en Salud, keep going. And when their members and numerous partners pass by these seemingly ordinary places — a train plaza, a union building — they’ll remember the magic that took place here. Right here, in the Mission.
“There’s a lot of [proposed] units there, there’s a lot of money here. If there wasn’t a fire, they would be in a unit that was rent-controlled, and would not have to worry about their housing,” Mark Kaplan said.
Update, June 14: Mission Local has learned that longtime senior inspector Bernie Curran, presently on suspension for receiving a $180,000 “loan” from a developer and initially failing to report it, has resigned. More information at story’s end. The “temporary” scaffolding behind 2867 San Bruno Ave. has been here for more than two years. It looks […]
“I understand the anxiety,” Ronen said about the Mission community. “I simply do not see how CEQA legally applies.”
Peskin, further, said a then-Deputy City Attorney named Nick Colla had brought this matter to his attention some five years ago. Collas, reached after the hearing, confirmed he facilitated a meeting between Peskin and a Department of Building Inspection whistleblower.
Conditional use: getting rid of 20,000 pairs of shoes to create a jungle Two summers ago, Naz Khorram was on the cusp of clinching a prime Mission Street spot for a greenhouse-restaurant, Arcana. But this green business dealing had strings attached — more than 40,000 pairs of shoe-strings, to be exact. Because Khorram needed to […]
Mission Local’s special reports outlining potentially catastrophic problems stemming from the city’s thousands of mandatory seismic retrofit projects have spurred three supervisors to call for hearings.