Send one e-mail to the Chair of the Assembly Appropriations Committee with a cc to the Principal Consultant and a blind cc to Susan Kirsch.
To Committee Chair: Assemblymember.GonzalezFletcher@assembly.ca.gov
Cc Principle Consultant: JenniferSwewnson@assembly.ca.gov
Blind cc: Susan@LivableCa.org
Subject: OPPOSE SB 828
To the Honorable Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher:
I encourage you to oppose SB 828 because it is too costly to the state and the cities.
OR – Call the Chair’s Office and state your opposition. To call more members of the Assembly Committee, refer to this list
Lorena S. Gonzalez Fletcher (Chair) 916-319-2080
Principal Consultant: Jennifer Swenson 916-319-2081
Forward this information to other concerned people or organizations.
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Our next Green Garden Day stairway clean-up takes place on Saturday, August 4 from 9-11 am at the Liberty Triangle (Liberty and Sanchez Streets.)
Heavy lifting and hill climbing are not required.
There will be coffee provided by Spikes coffee and treats from the DHIC, garden tools and gloves courtesy of SF Parks Alliance and SF DPW, as well as lots of friendly faces.
Our mission is to improve our public staircases and their surrounding green areas with a healthy combination of gardening, safety, neighbor involvement and fun!
Everyone is welcome. Please join us!
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org more info, or just show up!
Concerned about safety in Dolores Heights? Help your block neighbors stay safe by serving as a block safety lead. Its easy and rewarding. For more details, write email@example.com. The block safety leads meet together quarterly to share info and take action on issues.
Mission Station Captain Gaetano Caltigirone
New District 8 Supervisor Rafael Mandelman
At the June 26 monthly Mission Station Community meeting, Captain GaetanoCaltigirone introduced Rafael Mandelman, our new D8 Supervisor who will be sworn in on July 11. Rafael and the Captain have been meeting about neighborhood safety. Officers continue to make progress on auto break-ins. Four officers were injured while arresting an auto burglar who swung a 2×4 and threw bottles at the officers.
Officers on the homeless outreach team are making progress on reducing the number of homeless on the streets. The team is building and growing a “No Fly Zone”. It is an area free of encampments, poop, and needles. Neighbors discussed specific issues in their area of the Mission and thanked the Captain for his efforts in helping with some problematic people in the Castro.