New Strategy Pushed for San Francisco’s Tenderloin

Posted May 11, 2021 by

Stakeholders Request Action from City Hall “We live daily with unacceptable and dangerous street behavior, public drug-dealing and drug-use, open-air markets peddling stolen goods, and blocked public rights-of-way that prevent our employees, customers, clients, tenants and residents from safely traveling
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A Week to Honor Nurses’ Activism

Posted May 11, 2021 by

The Truth Behind Nurses Week (May 6-12) Since 1990, when the American Nurses Association declared that an entire week – from May 6-12th (the birthday of Florence Nightingale) — would be dedicated to celebrating the nation’s nurses, hospitals and other
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San Francisco’s Upcoming Election Brawl

Posted May 4, 2021 by

Fierce Contests Potentially Ahead for City Attorney, School Board Those hoping for an off-year election break got some bad news last week: the Governor’s recall will be on the November 2021 ballot and San Francisco could see three heavily contested
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