Mud on Harrison Street splattering up on parked cars

Mud or some other substance that is covering two of the westbound lanes on Harrison Street west of Main Street is creating quite the mess for vehicle owners parked along Harrison this evening. The mud or whatever is splattering up on parked vehicles. The morning after… You can see which cars have parked more recently […] Keep reading

Do other neighborhoods have jack hammering until 10pm at night?

They’ve been working on getting rid of the remnants of the storage tank that used to have a big Gordon Biersch logo on the corner of Harrison and The Embaradero’s Hills Brothers Coffee building (2 Harrison Street) the past few days. Tonight, pedestrians got a nice big dose of cement particulate matter as they walked […] Keep reading

Traffic congestion is killing us

An arena at Piers 30-32 would absolutely increase traffic congestion, leading to increased air pollution and premature deaths. Mayor Lee, please stop prioritizing economic development at the costs of public health, safety, and well-being. Keep reading

Embarcadero traffic gridlock delaying ambulances

Just a casual Saturday afternoon around 2:30 p.m. this past November 9, 2013 – no special events scheduled along the waterfront.  Yet, traffic was gridlocked as it often is on Saturday mornings/afternoons. When someone called for emergency medical help, they’re ambulance was delayed and forced to take a questionably safe alternative route of the MUNI […] Keep reading

South Beach Democratic Club Meeting Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013 7pm

The South Beach Democratic Club invites everyone to a “Community Forum” with Supervisor Jane Kim Where: South Beach Harbor Community Room (Between AT&T Park and Pier 40) When: November 14 at 7:00PM For more information please contact the South Beach Dems at or visit our web site at Keep reading

VIDEO: Importance of a Safe, Walkable Rincon Hill

Please watch this TED Talk. Keep reading

Rincon Hill CBD Meeting on Wednesday – Boundaries on Agenda!

Sounds like an important Rincon Hill CBD meeting this Wednesday with BOUNDARIES on the agenda! Hello Neighbor, This is an announcement of the Rincon Hill Community Benefit District Steering Committee meeting on Wednesday, October 9th, 6:00 p.m. at Eucharist Church (285 Main @ Folsom). At this meeting, the Steering Committee will discuss CBD boundaries, service […] Keep reading

MEETING POSTPONED – Opportunity to Ask for a Playground at 75 Howard!


Update as of August 26, 2013: Friends: Last week, I invited you to a community meeting to be held this Wednesday, August 28, to discuss programming the triangle lot at Spear, Steuart and the Embarcadero, in front of the proposed development at 75 Howard. Our team has been hard at work developing ideas and options […] Keep reading

Outside Lands offers preview of Warriors Arena’s concert nights

Let’s stop acting like we believe anything about mitigations by the City.  I mean, come on … they can’t hardly mitigate a concert weekend in the Richmond.  How are they going to mitigate nightclub-heavy and freeway ramp excessive South of Market concert events with loads of drunks and drugged out attendees?  Its just total disingenuous […] Keep reading

Learn about Rincon Hill’s Supportive Housing Project for Formerly Homeless Individuals


108 studio units and 12 one-bedroom units for formerly homeless individuals with supportive services are almost built out at Rene Cazenave Apartments on Folsom Street between 1st and 2nd Streets. As a community, I think we really need to try hard to make the residents at this building feel just as welcome and respected as […] Keep reading

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