Supervisor Aaron Peskin, SFPD Commander David Lazar, the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing and SF Public Works is hosting a District 3-specific community meeting to address solutions and mitigations to homelessness.
When: 6–7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1
Where: Broadway Studios, 435 Broadway (between Kearny and Montgomery streets)
Peskin wrote in an email announcement, “It’s time to work together to make meaningful change. Come hear from department staff on existing strategies to combat homelessness, and what more we can be pushing for together.” Read some background in his Marina Times column here.
Please remember, this is a meeting for concerned residents of District 3, so please respect and prioritize this as a forum for the community’s input.
The Bay Club Gateway, 370 Drumm St., is adding new landscaping along the black fabric fences facing Washington and Drumm streets in order to beautify the area.
Golden Gateway Tenants Association Vice President Bill Hannan took the initiative earlier this year to ask the Bay Club to improve the appearance of the black fencing. As a result, the club is clearing the overgrown ivy from 18 inches down to about three inches along the sidewalk and installing “Marjorie Channon” evergreen shrubs that usually grow to eight to 12 feet in height. The intent is to obscure some of the grim screened fencing. Other colorful foliage will be planted as well, and new watering systems will be installed. Continue reading “The Bay Club Adds New Landscaping Near Fences”
Ford GoBike is expanding bike share in the neighborhood, and the community is invited to provide feedback on the company’s latest round of proposed stations in San Francisco.
Your input is important in helping craft a system that works best for residents, businesses, and visitors across the city. Give your thoughts on individual locations through Ford GoBike’s online survey, which is also available in Spanish and Chinese.
You can view a map of proposed stations. The timeline for installation of these stations is mid-2018, with permitting happening this fall and winter.
Ford GoBike station locations are determined based on a combination of community feedback (public workshops, community meetings, etc), engineering analysis, neighborhood needs, and input from the city of San Francisco. Additionally, when selecting suitable locations, numerous criteria are considered including access to solar power, Americans With Disabilities Act requirements and anticipated demand. You can read more about the outreach process at https://www.fordgobike.com/expansion.
The Golden Gateway Tenants Association has received numerous complaints from residents over the past few months touching on a variety of issues with elevators, maintenance, smoking, and the behavior of fellow tenants and their animals. We tried several times to set a meeting with management to discuss these issues, but were told they do not have time in their schedules to meet until after Thanksgiving.
However, Director of Property Management Clarisse Tan took the time to email answers to several of our questions. Below, we have posted what we emailed and her responses.