Tag Archives: San Francisco

From Together SF: Breaking Down Your Ballots

If your first reaction is, ‘Wait, why am I voting on some of these things 3 times?” Then you’re not alone. Some seats, like AD 17 and the city Assessor-Recorder are filling vacancies caused by other appointments. If your second … Continue reading

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Board of Supervisors Approve State of Emergency in the Tenderloin

The Board of Supervisors’ recent Emergency Proclamation is a public health measure to address the Tenderloin’s devastating drug crisis. It will enable the City to more quickly and effectively roll out additional behavioral health and housing services that will save … Continue reading

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Major Changes to Single-Family Housing – CA Law and SF Planning

State and local changes in land-use law make sweeping changes to single family zoning and to our ability to review projects NOW. Even bigger changes are being proposed. Two bills (SB 9 and SB 10) passed by the State allow … Continue reading

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Mayor Breed’s Homelessness Recovery Plan

Many neighbors are asking: “what progress is the City making toward ending homelessness?” Thanks to Prop C, San Francisco has $1.3 billion in homelessness funding for 2021 – 2023. Yet, street conditions – with drug sales, drug use, and people … Continue reading

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Street Crisis Response Team – Serving the Castro/Mission Area

Starting February 1st, the Street Crisis Response Team will be on the streets of northern District 8! The SCRT, which is comprised of a behavioral health clinician, a community paramedic, and a peer behavioral health specialist, will respond to 911 … Continue reading

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D8 Crime and Prevention – A Talk with SFPD Chief Bill Scott

D8 residents are seeing and hearing about more crime in our district–from car or garage break-ins, vandalism and store robberies, home burglaries, to muggings on the street. On Friday, January 22, Supervisor Rafael Mandelman hosted a Zoom with Chief Bill … Continue reading

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Here’s to a Better 2021

What a year!  Never imaginable (still unbelievable) … yet we’ve done more than survive.  We’ve responded to this pandemic in positive and healthy ways.  We reached out to our neighbors in new ways…helping with errands, Zoom meetings, growing block safety … Continue reading

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Important COVID-19 Information & Links

DHIC wants to share important COVID-19 (Coronavirus) information that will help us stay healthy and support each other.  On March 6, the city of San Francisco declared a local health emergency. Every day since then has brought a new challenges and … Continue reading

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San Francisco Department of Public Health Assistance & Guidance for Employers & Employees

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Moratorium on Evictions

The Mayor also announced a moratorium on residential evictions for non-payment of rent due to public health orders or impacts of the virus. Senator Wiener and Assemblymember Ting are also pursuing state legislation to prohibit evictions and foreclosures related to the … Continue reading

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