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  1. Activists Call Search For New Police Chief "Farce"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | Mission Local

    Activists at a police meeting on Thursday that sought input from Mission District residents on the appointment of the next San Francisco police chief said they were being strung along by police commissioners who were not looking for community involvement. "This is a dog and pony show," said David Carlos Salaverry, a member of the newly formed group San Franciscans for Police Accountability, which seeks reform of the San Francisco Police Department.


  2. Homelessness and the Cost of Neglect at Alley CatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | Mission Local

    Neglect is more expensive than compassion - that's the message of the artists exhibiting work in the gallery of Alley Cat Books this month. More than ten artists have contributed pieces toward an exhibition that gives voices and faces to those who have experienced homelessness.


  3. Candidates Respond to Pot Incident, Talk Medical MarijuanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | Mission Local

    After news earlier this month that 19 people were hospitalized after eating edible marijuana candies at a quinceaA era in the Mission District, we thought we'd ask candidates for District 9 to weigh in on medical cannabis and dispensaries in the neighborhood. What is your view on medical cannabis dispensaries in the Mission District? What do you think they contribute to the neighborhood? Having worked in a continuation high school for 12 years, I have seen first-hand how the use and distribution of marijuana has criminalized and destroyed young people's lives through the criminal justice system.


  4. Mission District Candidates Split on Google Bus IssueRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2016 | Mission Local

    The so-called Google buses have been protested widely in the Mission District and throughout San Francisco, despite some new evidence that tech workers simply turn to cars when their shuttle routes are interrupted. The city has recently been thinking of changes that could be made to the program , which allows private shuttles to use certain stops city-wide to carry passengers from San Francisco to their workplaces in the South Bay, like Apple, Google, or Facebook.


  5. Candidates Want More Done to Help Mission District Fire VictimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2016 | Mission Local

    After a devastating fire last week wiped out a city block, displaced 58 tenants, and destroyed several businesses, we asked our candidates for District Nine supervisor what they would do to help residential tenants find new housing in the aftermath of disasters. What specific programs or policies would you support to help find long-term housing for those affected by natural disasters, like the fire at 29th and Mission? I am thrilled to report that just this week, I helped fight for and won a $300,000 fund to help fire victims rebuild their lives after being displaced from their homes.


  6. Candidates Want Changes at 16th and Mission Housing ProjectRead the original story

    Jun 21, 2016 | Mission Local

    The largest housing development planned for the Mission District was resurrected earlier this month after a lengthy delay. A City Hall hearing saw opponents call for 100 percent affordable housing on-site and complain that the tall towers planned for the corner 16th and Mission streets - two buildings are 10 stories, the other five - would cast a shadow on a nearby school.


  7. Supervisor Seeks Action on Police Reform with Budget ConstraintRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | Mission Local

    Supervisor John Avalos today announced his intention to mandate reforms to the Police Department's use of force policies by withholding a portion of the department's budget until reform metrics are met. The proposed budget amendment would hold $200 million of the budget on reserve, with its release dependent on positive quarterly reviews by the city.


  8. What Would Happen If Chief Suhr Were Fired? District 9 Candidates Weigh InRead the original story

    May 9, 2016 | Mission Local

    Last week we asked candidates for District 9 whether they supported the call of the so-called Frisco Five hunger strikers to fire the city's police chief . This week, we wanted candidates to expand on their answers and tell us what his firing would solve or what reform the police department should undergo short of firing its chief.


  9. SF's Randall Museum Mourns Death of Two RavensRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2016 | Mission Local

    The largest birdcage at the Randall museum held just two birds as of last week: a yellow-billed magpie with a broken wing, and another bird, a smallish crow, that hopped nervously from the dried eucalyptus branch at the top of the cage to the floor and back again. Both birds seemed bereft, and the cage felt empty of avian life.


  10. Developments in Development: Primary ConcernRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2016 | Mission Local

    But, hark, a media trend shift! It turns out the number one concern among San Franciscans, according to a new San Francisco Chamber of Commerce poll Supervisor David Campos' legislation that would declare a state of emergency on homelessness, by the way, will be heard by a Board committee on Thursday, and he is inviting members of the public to attend . Legislation that would force the city to build six more navigation centers in the next year is still forthcoming, and still being dismissed by the Mayor.


  11. D9 Candidates Talk Height, Density in SF MissionRead the original story

    Mar 9, 2016 | Mission Local

    What is your position on building housing above current height limits? Does the housing crisis call for greater density in low-lying neighborhoods like the Mission? The idea that NIMBY neighbors are against tall housing projects in the Mission is a favorite talking point of the Mayor and his conservative developer allies. The people of The Mission have time and time again made it clear that they will support the raising of height limits if it results in a meaningful amount of truly affordable units.


  12. Realty Seeking SF Address Faces OppositionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2016 | Mission Local

    A lukewarm welcome awaited the proprietors of a potential new real estate office and coffee shop at the Planning Commission, where Keller Williams Realty on Thursday sought a permit to move into what was once ArtZone 461 on Valencia Street. The realty firm has dozens of locations across the country and several in the Bay Area, and at issue is whether it should be able to move into a space reserved by city zoning for retail.


  13. Tribal Love-Rock Musical Opens at Victoria TheaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2016 | Mission Local

    "We don't have giant peace signs everywhere, we're not passing out flowers, it's really about the context of the story and the journey of continuing to break this norm," said Matthew McCoy, founder and artistic director of Bay Area Musicals!, the company behind the production. "Every generation, we feel like this is the norm.


  14. Mission Techies React to Controversial Homeless RantRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2016 | Mission Local

    Startup founder Justin Keller has come under a barrage of internet fire for posting an open letter to city officials with the complaint that he is forced to witness the struggles of homeless individuals on city streets. The wealthy working people have earned their right to live in the city.


  15. SF Mission Supervisorial Candidates Talk Police ReformRead the original story

    Feb 15, 2016 | Mission Local

    Do the fatal police shootings of Alex Nieto, Amilcar Perez-Lopez, and Mario Woods warrant reform of the police department? And beyond general calls for de-escalation training, what would that reform look like? 43 Questions is a weekly series - started 43 weeks before Election Day - to question the candidates running for District 9 Supervisor. Send us your questions to [email protected]


  16. SF Mission Candidates Say City Should Be Smarter About Homeless FundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2016 | Mission Local

    This is the fourth installment of 43 Questions , a weekly column leading up to the 2016 supervisorial elections in which Mission Local asks a question a week of the four candidates for District 9. In the midst of the homeless sweeps controversy last week, we asked candidates about their views on homelessness and how to adequately address the issue. Those responses can be viewed here .


  17. SF Delays Controversial Housing Law Amidst Opposition, Cry of Ethnic CleansingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2016 | Mission Local

    A controversial new housing law had its day in court Thursday when it went before the Planning Commission for seven hours of comments and deliberation. Minutes earlier, a press conference on the steps of city hall was held in opposition.


  18. SF Mission Artists Sew Blankets for the HomelessRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 28, 2016 | Mission Local

    On a beautiful day on Mission Street, Annice Jacoby of City Poets saw people walking past a homeless man at their feet. Fearing that San Franciscans have grown "numb" to homelessness, Jacoby turned to what she knows best: participatory art.


  19. Some Neighbors Say Zuckerberg Security Hogs ParkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2016 | Mission Local

    A not-so-neighborly letter circulating amongst Mark Zuckerberg's Mission District neighbors entangles the Facebook CEO in an issue that many San Franciscans generally do not take lightly - parking spaces. Some residents of Liberty Hill, where Zuckerberg bought his home at the cross of Fair Oakes and 21st streets for a reported $10 million in 2013, have passed around a letter that accuses his security team of unnecessarily taking up "two desirable parking spaces."


  20. Ronen Pledges Housing, Fights Mayor in Announcement for SF Mission SupervisorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2016 | Mission Local

    Standing in the drizzle outside of St. Luke's Hospital, Hillary Ronen officially announced her candidacy for District 9 supervisor Thursday afternoon, pledging the construction of thousands of units of new affordable housing and attacking Mayor Ed Lee for ignoring community input. "I will build 5,000 units of affordable housing in District 9 in 10 years," she said, flanked by supervisors David Campos, John Avalos, and Eric Mar. Ronen, who has worked as Campos's chief of staff since 2010, outlined her plan to Mission Local a day before the announcement, saying she would build up empty lots and raise heights when feasible to accomplish her goal.


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