Mid-Market / Tenderloin

Can We End the Tenderloin As A Containment Zone?

Posted September 14, 2021 by

A Unified City Strategy is Needed Mayor London Breed gave a powerful speech last Thursday night denouncing drug dealing in the Tenderloin. Speaking at the 6th Anniversary Gala for the Tenderloin Museum,  Breed emphasized drug dealers’  terrible impact on Tenderloin
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Will Supervisors Back Tenderloin Housing Appeal?

Posted September 8, 2021 by

632 Bed Project Does Not Serve Neighborhood The San Francisco Board of Supervisors decides on September 28 whether to approve an ill-conceived housing development that the Tenderloin community universally opposes. The Board should reject the 316-unit, 632 bed project (with
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The Tenderloin is Recovering

Posted August 10, 2021 by

Reopenings Spur Revival Amidst Challenges After some of the most difficult 16 months in its history, San Francisco’s Tenderloin is recovering. Restaurants, bars and public venues are opening, the drug dealer containment zone has shrunk, high-profile murals are underway or
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Breed Backs Tenderloin/Mid-Market Revival Plan

Posted May 18, 2021 by

Promoting Revitalization of Both Neighborhoods (Updated 5/19) San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced today that the city will provide $5 million for an innovative strategy to reduce drug dealing in the Tenderloin and Mid-Market. The Mayor’s “Mid-Market Vibrancy and Safety
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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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