Letters to the Editor

To the Editor…

Posted September 22, 2016

Subject: RE: She Defeated the Urban Wrecking Ball Randy I disagree with the defense of Jacobs. She has great sensibilities about the physical and even social dynamics of urban space, but her vision is blind to realities of class and
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To the Editor…

Posted September 21, 2016

Subject: Rose Pak’s Complex Legacy Without Rose the Chinatown Community Plan, unanimously passed by the Board in the mid- 1980s would not have had a chance of passage.   David Prowler
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To the Editor…

Posted September 21, 2016

Subject: Save San Francisco’s Ribbon of Light NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!  S.F. is losing too much of it’s magic.  I know change is inevitable, but enough is enough.   Constance McKinley
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To the Editor…

Posted September 21, 2016

Subject: Save San Francisco’s Ribbon of Light Hello, I intend to speak at the meeting in FAVOR of maintaining our heritage by keeping these lamps. I look out my apartment window each night and enjoy looking at them on VanNess
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To the Editor…

Posted September 21, 2016

Subject: Does the Presidio Trust Condone DUI? Randy – it appears that you are not a golfer.  I am not aware of any golf course that does not allow drinking and driving a golf cart.  But that is on the
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Letters to the Editor…

Posted September 14, 2016

Years ago — 2001 — we sold our San Francisco residential rental property for a simple reason. The cost of maintenance and taxes increased faster than we were allowed to raise rents and the return on our investment continued to
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To the Editor…

Posted September 12, 2016

Subject: Feedback I agree that Proposition U is unnecessary.  However before any homeless encampments  are removed, the City should review the recent federal district court decision in Cobine v. City of Eureka, where the court prohibited the city of Eureka
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To the Editor….

Posted September 7, 2016

Subject: Why the secrecy around SFUSD school meals? Ms. Woldow draws back the curtain on the number of challenges faced by the SFUSD Student Nutrition Services in:
  1. Providing information on the sugar content of breakfast items children are being offered

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