Tag Archives: Supervisor Mandelman

ACTION REQUIRED! E-mail the Board of Education re: “Safe Sleeping Sites” NOW!

A big thank you to everyone who’s e-mailed the Board of Supervisors (BOS) and the Board of Education members to ask for a “yes” to the “Safe Sleeping Site” proposal.   We’ve overachieved with the BOS!!  Just heard from Supervisor Mandelman’s office:  The … Continue reading

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Let’s Support “Safe Sleeping Sites”

Since January DHIC has been working with other D8 community groups to end street camping in our neighborhoods. This is an urgent request to support an alternative to street sleeping: Safe Sleeping Sites. Supervisors Mandelman (D8) and Preston (D5) are … Continue reading

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A Better Place for Tents

Around the City during this health emergency, clusters of homeless people are sleeping outside in tents. This is not safe, healthy, or compassionate. The Centers for Disease Control advise that tents need to be properly socially distanced and that people … Continue reading

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E-mail Elected Officials to Support “Safe Sleeping Sites”

Please email our Elected Officials Email message  (or write your own): To San Francisco Supervisors and Mayor Breed:  I support Safe Sleeping Sites as an alternative to sleeping on the streets.  I urge you to vote yes on the “Safe … Continue reading

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Newsletter from Supervisor Mandelman

Supervisor Rafael Mandelman sent a newsletter out on March 12 with information on what you can do to stay healthy and safe and the status of key San Francisco services and institutions Read the Newsletter

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Homelessness in our Neighborhood

The City has increased services to address the effects of homelessness in Dolores Park and surrounding neighborhoods as well as in the Castro District. Despite that, we’re seeing more homeless people sleeping and/or loitering on our sidewalks and stairs. And … Continue reading

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Year-end Greetings from the DHIC Board

Happy Holidays and year-end greetings from the DHIC Board of Directors!  2019 has been quite a busy year for all of us as we participated in state legislation, city elections, and town hall meetings regarding our serious neighborhood issues of … Continue reading

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Update on Homelessness Issues in Our Neighborhood

Are the Park and surrounding areas looking better? DHIC has been working for one year with other neighborhood associations to address issues caused by homelessness around Dolores Park and the Castro. At the July 31 Town Hall, City representatives heard … Continue reading

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Town Hall Meeting on Homelessness in Our Neighborhood

Approximately 40 residents attended a Town Hall on homelessness in  Dolores Park and surrounding areas. Supervisor Rafael Mandelman and his team brought together representatives of all City departments that are working on this issue in our neighborhoods. What we heard … Continue reading

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Important Updates from the Dolores Park Ambassadors

Dear Fellow Dolores Park Ambassadors and Friends, Just a short hello we are still around, still visiting the park, normally in a rush to avoid getting soaked and careful not to slip in the mud. It looks like to be … Continue reading

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