Mid-Market / Tenderloin

Grading the SFPD

Posted October 8, 2019 by

Why Does the SFPD Get a Pass? San Francisco is undergoing a crisis on its streets. It has drug dealers and users taking over sidewalks and mentally troubled people randomly threatening the public. Is the San Francisco Police Department effectively
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5 Blocks: A Must See Film on SF’s Mid-Market

Posted September 24, 2019 by

The Challenge of Revitalizing Mid-Market San Francisco’s Mid-Market may be the city’s least understood neighborhood. While everyone agrees that Mid-Market’s long decline needs to be reversed, there is disagreement on how to accomplish this and what defines “success.” Dan Goldes’
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SFPD Plan Boosted Tenderloin/Mid-Market Dealing

Posted August 13, 2019 by

SFPD’s 2015 Redistricting Plan a Huge Mistake Last week’s U.S. Attorney crackdown on Tenderloin drug dealing drew massive media coverage. The key takeaway: federal law enforcement publicly committed to ensure that the “rule of law” applied in the Tenderloin, where
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SF Turns Tenderloin Into Encampment Free Zone

Posted July 16, 2019 by

Tents Dominate Tenderloin Sidewalks San Francisco’s residential Tenderloin neighborhood has been converted into an encampment free zone. Tents  block sidewalks morning, noon and night. Pedestrians blocked by tents are forced to walk in the street,  with wheelchair users blocked from
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Some Truths About the “Twitter” Tax

Posted March 11, 2019 by

Tax Incentive Set Mid-Market on Path to Revitalization Last week, D6 Supervisor Matt Haney said he wanted to hold a hearing on the impact of the city’s 2011 Mid-Market/Tenderloin tax incentive for new hires that ends in May. Commonly called
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