Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor…

Posted July 9, 2021

I am writing in response to your July 7th article entitled “Will SF Expand Affordable Housing to All Neighborhoods.” Definitely an important question, but your analysis seems to oversimplify issues involved in several of the projects and neighborhoods. The clearest
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Letter to the Editor…

Posted May 28, 2021

Dear Mr. Shaw, I read with great concern your  recent editorial about the community’s response to the proposed affordable housing at 2550 Irving St.  It appears that there is much information about the neighborhood response that you lack.  While there
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Letter to the Editor…

Posted May 28, 2021

Dear Mr. Shaw,   I am not a NIMBY, but the building that the city proposes – a seven-story highrise stretching the entire block – is just too big. I support the four-story compromise.  “Compromise” is the sweetest word in
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Letter to the Editor…

Posted May 28, 2021

Dear Editor Randy Shaw writes in his article, “San Francisco’s Most Important Housing Project, that  “opponents foolishly claim the group will bring the worst social problems of the Tenderloin to the Sunset. Such is the intellectual heft of those opposing
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Letter to the Editor…

Posted January 4, 2021

Hello Randy,   I really like your optimistic article Ending Homelessness—And Other Predictions for 2021. I sure hope that your predictions are right and that we will see Biden acting strongly on this. This is a terrible problem that has been
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To the Editor…

Posted June 2, 2020

I just read the Chesa Boudin/Tenderloin article. How could voters elect a man whose heart is so clearly on the side of the accused and not on the side of the victims. The scales of Justice are dangerously out of
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To the Editor…

Posted June 2, 2020

On George Floyd’s Senseless In-Custody Death I too am saddened and outraged at George Floyd’s senseless in-custody death by a Minneapolis policeman, which has ignited protests and riots in Minnesota, across the U.S. and even abroad. A protest is a
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To the Editor…

Posted May 27, 2020

Support Small Business                                                                                     Harry Brill   There is no sound medical reasons for prohibiting the public from going inside and enjoying the many wonderful cafes and restaurants in the bay area.   The problem the public confronts is the very narrow perspective
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