Mayor London N. Breed’s Charter Amendment to streamline the creation of 100% affordable and teacher housing would eliminate months of delay and millions of dollars in unnecessary costs resulting from that added process. Get the details!
“It is unconscionable that the Federal administration is targeting innocent immigrant families with secret raids that are designed to inflict as much fear and pain as possible. Here in San Francisco, we will always demonstrate our values of diversity and inclusiveness by being a sanctuary city that stands up for all our residents and neighbors. Read More.
MAYOR BREED ANNOUNCES UPDATE ON CITY’S AIR QUALITY AND EXTREME WEATHER EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE
Mayor London N. Breed today announced an update to the City’s strategy for responding to poor air quality and other weather-related emergencies. San Francisco has updated its Emergency Plan, identified locations for public respite facilities, developed a mutual aid roster, and has developed an air quality emergency public information toolkit.
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Reverend Greggory Brown is calling for a meeting today to stop the closure of a Walgreens in East Oakland. "If this store closes the economic hardship will be irreversible for low income, seniors, and neighbors who survive on fixed incomes." The meeting will be held at Miracles of Faith Community Church, 4335 Virginia Avenue, in Oakland.
Tuesday, Mayor London N. Breed moved forward a policy she announced earlier this year to rezone public lands for affordable and teacher housing. This ordinance will be paired with her Charter Amendment to streamline the approvals process for affordable and teacher housing projects to create a comprehensive strategy to eliminate bureaucracy and endless appeals to build housing faster. Both measures are scheduled for the November ballot.
ACTIVIST, ACTOR, PRODUCER, HUMANITARIAN, FRIEND OF SAN FRANCISCO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL, DANNY GLOVER THIS SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT AAACC!
San Francisco BayView Newspaper editor, Mary Ratcliff, shares news of the San Francisco Foundation's gift of $20,000 to the much beloved community newspaper. The announcement is made just as Juneteenth approaches. Congratulations to the San Francisco BayView Newspaper and congratulations and many thanks to the San Francisco Foundation!
ACTIVIST, ACTOR, PRODUCER, HUMANITARIAN, FRIEND OF SAN FRANCISCO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL, DANNY GLOVER GIVES A DOUBLE PORTION AT SAN FRANCISCO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL XXI WITH TWO FILMS SATURDAY NIGHT & SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
Hosted by San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed and San Francisco City Administrator Naomi Kelly "be INVINCIBLE" slated today was programmed to inspire women to recognize and activate their personal power and collective strength. Read more.