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Lawsuit Settlement Keeps Tenderloin Hopes Alive

Posted June 16, 2020 by

Clearing Tents Reopens Path to Revitalization Tenderloin residents, workers and small business owners are thrilled at last Friday’s lawsuit resolution with San Francisco. The settlement provides the Tenderloin with the same level of health and disabled access protections as other
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Chesa Boudin is Failing the Tenderloin

Posted June 2, 2020 by

SF’s “Progressive” DA Ignores Public Safety Crisis Impacting Poor, Working-Class Drug dealers have overwhelmed the Tenderloin. And San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin remains silent. A District Attorney concerned with racial and economic justice should be denouncing City Hall’s endangering
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SF’s Flawed $438 Million Bond Proposal

Posted May 19, 2020 by

Bond Fails to Prioritize COVID19 Priorities Mayor Breed’s proposed $438 million “Health and Recovery Bond” raises serious questions about city priorities. Much if not most of the proposed spending does not meet COVID-19 needs. The Board of Supervisors must revise
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The Tenderloin Endangers Bay Area

Posted April 21, 2020 by

Coronavirus Can’t Be Confined in Containment Zone “What did we learn? Aggressive social distancing works.”—Sarah Ravani, SF Chronicle, April 19 “We learned that, from a community standpoint, if we limit the number of interactions where the virus is transmitted, we
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SF Turning Tenderloin into a Ghetto

Posted April 7, 2020 by

The Tenderloin Becoming a Horror Show Imagine walking down 24th Street in San Francisco’s Noe Valley and seeing a row of tents. The tents are far less than 6-feet apart and barely leave room for pedestrians. What would happen? A
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