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A Place for All Fact Sheet

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Supervisor Mandelman’s Proposed Housing Ordinances

Supervisor Mandelman is introducing two proposed housing ordinances. Although the two ordinances share some of the same DNA, they are separate and distinct in their intent, content and timelines.  Neither bill directly changes the Dolores Heights Special Use District (SUD). … Continue reading

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Hope Springs for Resumption of Green Garden Work

The DHIC Green Garden Group hopes to be able to resume their monthly work bees on Saturday mornings as soon as City Health Orders permit. Fingers crossed for April! Keep your eye here on the DHIC Website and our Facebook … Continue reading

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Ending Street Sleeping

DHIC Supports “A Place for All” City Legislation “A Place for All“, sponsored by our supervisor, Rafael Mandelman, provides a platform for ending street sleeping. Our neighbors live with the effects of street homelessness. Street sleeping is not safe, not … Continue reading

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Should There Be a Public Safety Cameras in the Castro Benefit District?

Due to increased crime and vandalism, the Castro/UpperMarket Community Benefit District is considering installing a public safety camera program, on private property, at the major intersections in the Castro and Upper Market. The camera program would have strict privacy controls … Continue reading

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Check Out the New Garbage Can!

As the slogan used to go: “Every Litter But Helps!” We are proud to have played a part in acquiring f this new garbage can at the bottom of Sanchez and 20th Streets.

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Great Shots from our November Green Garden Day

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We Planted a King Sago Palm Tree!

The Green Garden team had a fun time planting the mother plant onto our hillside garden in November.  We should know in a few months if the transplant is successful. 

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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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Spotlight on a Neighborhood Organization: Castro Rotary

This newly formed club welcomes members.  It’s a great small group of civic folks who volunteer at DHIC’s monthly Green Gardens.  The parent Rotary organization supports community projects around the world with volunteers and funding.  Some Castro Rotary members are … Continue reading

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