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DHIC & Neighborhood Groups Acting to Address Homelessness in District 8

Since last year the homeless situation has escalated in our broader neighborhood. In August homeless people started camping at Dolores Park and in adjacent areas. DHIC and other neighborhood leaders from the Castro Business District, Eureka Valley, Dolores Heights, Duboce … Continue reading

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Our Affordable Housing Crisis and How SB 50 Affects Us

There is not enough housing in San Francisco for our lower- and moderate-income community, which includes many of our teachers, our firefighters, our young families, and our seniors. We need to do much more to maintain existing affordable housing and … Continue reading

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Come Support Supv Mandelman at a Public Hearing Feb. 28 in City Hall

Supervisor Rafael Mandelman has called for a hearing on city policies to reduce homelessness next Thursday, February 28that 10am at the Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee. next Thursday, Feb. 28 at 10am at Room 263 in City Hall. He … Continue reading

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DHIC PLU Committee Sees Increase in Planned Construction Activity

The DHIC Planning & Land Use Committee (PLU)currently seeing an increase in planned construction activity in Dolores Heights. There are four proposed or pending demolitions, at 357 Cumberland, 617 Sanchez, 801 Sanchez and 835 Sanchez. Smaller proposed projects (remodels or … Continue reading

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Thanks to all our 2018 Fall Festival Supporters!

Thank you to our local merchants for their generous donations — please patronize these businesses Arlequin Cafe Bi Rite Market Canela Bistro and Wine Bar Castro Coffee The Castro Fountain Castro Nail Salon Catch Restaurant Delfina Restaurant Fable Restaurant Hand … Continue reading

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Should We Form a Green Benefit District?

A group of residents and businesses in the neighborhoods around Mission Dolores and Dolores Park is trying to find ways to better maintain and improve our neighborhoods’ shared open spaces and parks. We are asking for your opinion on the … Continue reading

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SF DA’s Office Holds Meeting on Public Safety September 20

Marisa Rodriguez, Assistant District Attorney and Director of Community Relations at the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, invites community leaders and concerned citizensto an important meeting to discuss public safety updates and issues impacting us and our communities. The meeting … Continue reading

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Leveraging Our Safety Work

Dolores Heights block groups have formed the Dolores Heights Neighborhood Partnership (DHNP.) Meeting quarterly, the block captains share information and make plans for more effective neighborhood safety. DHNP leaders along with a representative of SFSafe will be at the DHIC … Continue reading

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Stop State Overreach on Housing

Yet again, our state legislators want to impose state control over local housing decisions. SB-828 introduced earlier this year significantly increases the Regional Housing Need Allocation (RHNA) targets for every jurisdiction in California including San Francisco. This comes on the … Continue reading

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OPPOSE SB 828

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 … Continue reading

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