Letters to the Editor

To the Editor…

Posted May 21, 2015

Subject: Glazer Sends Message to Democrats You have your facts messed up in this article. Susan Bonilla was elected under the old term limit system and is termed out in 2016. She does not give up her seat to run
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To the Editor…

Posted May 21, 2015

Randy:  Saw your article about Glazer and Prop. 14.  I publish the California Political News and Views  (www,capoliticalreview.com).  For several years I have been writing about Prop. 14 and Charles Munger and how he has tried, and partially succeeded, in
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To the Editor…

Posted May 19, 2015

Subject: Should Schools Ban Hot Dogs ! Hello , my daughter of 9 years old choked on a corn dog at school this week 5-18-15.  The heimlich didn’t work and she was taken to the ER by ambulance. She is
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To the Editor…

Posted May 5, 2015

Subject: SFUSD Wellness Policy Gives Sweetened Drinks the Boot Ms. Dana Woldow has clearly outlined for all interested in the feeding and care of children the value of consistent policies in a school setting, where adults have the opportunity to
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To the Editor…

Posted April 30, 2015

Subject: renaming that plaza Randy – that’s a fine idea/her or bobby Kauffman/ Peace & Love   QR
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To the Editor…

Posted April 30, 2015

Subject: Let’s Rename Justin Herman Plaza for Maya Angelou Great idea, Randy.  Justin Herman should be honored for tearing down the Western Addition? Occupy has been calling it Chelsea Manning Plaza for years.   Mike Zonta
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To the Editor…

Posted April 29, 2015

Subject: Billy Cobham’s “Spectrum 40″ Returns to Yoshi’s Hi folks! Great article by E. Doc Smith, great playing by Bill Cobham! How exciting—he’s still the best! Thanks Doc!   Pat Fahey
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To the Editor…

Posted April 28, 2015

Subject: Compton’s Riot Forged Bruce Jenner’s Path Great educational facts about the early gay rights movement. There was a law on the S.F. books that if women wore slacks, they could not wear men’s pants and that the zipper had
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