Mayor London N. Breed and the Port of San Francisco today announced the return of cruises to and from San Francisco. The first vessel to call on the Port of San Francisco will be Majestic Princess on Monday, October 11, 2021. The Port is expecting 21 cruise calls through the remainder of 2021 and a record 127 calls in 2022.
MAYOR LONDON BREED’S HISTORIC HOMELESSNESS RECOVERY PLAN MOVES FORWARD WITH NEW PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING ACQUISITIONS
This week, the City moved forward with Mayor London N. Breed’s proposal to acquire three new buildings for Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH). Proposed before the Board of Supervisors and Budget and Finance Committee, the buildings will add 237 new PSH units, surpassing the fifty percent mark of Mayor Breed’s goal of creating 1,500 PSH units by July 2022. To date, the City has acquired 714 PSH units during Fiscal Year 2021-2022.
"Vicha Ratanapakdee, an 84-year old immigrant from Thailand, was preparing to go on his early morning walk in the quiet Anza Vista neighborhood of San Francisco on Saturday, January 28, 2021. The Thai grandfather had just survived his heart surgery 9 months before, and his doctor told him to walk daily for his exercise. It was around 8:28 a.m. when Ratanapakdee, a short and thin man and nearly blind, suddenly got shoved hard into the sidewalk by 19-year old Antoine Watson. Watson was sitting in his BMW with his girlfriend; when he saw Ratanapakdee, he got out of his car, ran fast across the street and violently attacked the elderly Thai man." From the Marina Times written by Anh Lę
MAYOR LONDON BREED ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION OF TWO BUILDINGS FOR PEOPLE WITH MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS
Mayor London N. Breed and the San Francisco Department of Public Health today announced the acquisition of two buildings that will house people living with mental health and substance use disorders as part of the City’s long-term plan to strengthen and expand access to behavioral health support. The two buildings, located on Florida Street in the Mission and Dore Street in the South of Market neighborhood, will be transformed into cooperative housing for twenty-six adults under the City’s Cooperative Living for Mental Health (CLMH) Program.
Mayor London N. Breed today appointed Assemblymember David Chiu to serve as the next San Francisco City Attorney. Chiu will succeed City Attorney Dennis Herrera, who served in that role since 2001 and will be the new General Manager of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.
Join business and intellectual property attorney Galia Aharoni Schmidt and learn about all things IP. In this workshop, you'll learn the basics of the main four types of intellectual property -- copyright, trademark, trade secret, and patent -- including how they work, what rights you have and when, how to protect your intellectual property, and what to do if someone infringes your rights.
We—as Bay Area residents, riders and financiers of our public BART system—support the addition of THOMAS L. BERKLEY’s name to the 19th Street Oakland train station(s). Mr. Berkley was a great family man and father, human and civil rights advocate, accomplished attorney, founder/publisher of the Post newspapers around the Bay Area, world-renowned athlete as well as a past President during the major expansion of our Port of Oakland.
THE OAKLAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IS UNDERWAY DON’T MISS YOUR TICKET TO THE WORLD VIA LIVE & VIRTUAL EVENTS
There is still time to experience the Oakland International Film Festival founded by David Roach, a graduate of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s alma mater, Morehouse College in Atlanta. Enjoy now through September 25,2021.