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Next public meeting on 8th Avenue Neighborway project scheduled for Jan. 31

Next Wednesday, January 31, the SFMTA will hold the next public meeting about the proposed 8th Avenue Neighborway Project. As we detailed in a story back in November, the project proposes to add traffic calming measures to 8th Avenue including… Continue Reading

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Weigh in on how City spends HUD funds at public meeting at GWHS, January 23

Next Tuesday, the Citizens’ Committee on Community Development (part of the Mayor’s office) will hold a public meeting at George Washington High School to discuss issues of fair and affordable housing, tenant protections, public services, economic development, and more. According… Continue Reading

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SFPD Richmond Station Newsletter: January 18, 2018

SFPD RICHMOND DISTRICT STATION NEWSLETTER JANUARY 18, 2018 Download the full newsletter (PDF) CAPTAIN’S MESSAGE Richmond District, As I’m sure many of you have seen on TV and read in the news, auto break-ins have been on the rise over… Continue Reading

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Lost Landscapes of San Francisco Vol. 12 screening at Internet Archive, January 29

On January 29, Rick Prelinger will screen his 12th installment of Lost Landscapes: San Francisco at the Internet Archive (300 Funston). Combining favorites from past years with this year’s footage discoveries, this feature-length program (87% new material this year!) shows… Continue Reading

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Survey: Give your feedback on the neighborhood for upcoming “One Richmond” campaign

Here’s a short survey to add to your to-do list this week! Supervisor Sandra Fewer, along with the Richmond District Neighborhood Center and other community partners, will be launching a new “One Richmond” campaign for the neighborhood. More from her… Continue Reading

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Police Blotter – January 11, 2018

SFPD RICHMOND DISTRICT STATION NEWSLETTER JANUARY 4, 2018 Download the full newsletter (PDF) CAPTAIN’S MESSAGE With the New Year comes new goals to accomplish. I have drafted a 5 year strategic plan for Richmond Station, and made 3 Main Priorities… Continue Reading

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Car break-ins at all-time high in 2017; SFPD plans to increase patrols to deter thieves

“San Francisco has a lot of car break-ins?” asked no one who lives in the Richmond District. It’s not uncommon for us to walk the streets of the neighborhood and see broken glass on the sidewalk curbs, leftovers from car… Continue Reading

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Police Blotter – January 4, 2018

SFPD RICHMOND DISTRICT STATION NEWSLETTER JANUARY 4, 2018 Download the full newsletter (PDF) CAPTAIN’S MESSAGE I hope everyone had a safe and happy New Year’s celebration. San Francisco schools will be back in session next week, beginning January 8th. Remember… Continue Reading