The Bay Guardian reports on the waterfront transportation study led by the SFMTA to improve public access to the central waterfront. The Agency is looking at many possibilities to improve access in the area, including completing the Blue-Greenway bicycle path. Stay tuned, the first presentation to the SFMTA Board of Directors is March 5.
The Chron talks about how there is more going on down along the waterfront than just the Warriors and one of the primary concerns is how to improve the general gridlock in the area. To date there are 113 strategies being proposed to combat congestion, all revolving around transit, biking, parking, traffic control and taxis (take that Uber & Lyft).
If three out of four of San Francisco’s most widely distributed English newspapers were under one roof would it constitute a monopoly or would it be considered an austerity measure meant to keep printed newspapers alive in our tech-first city? I love reading from my 4.8 inch mobile phone screen (ahem, not an iPhone user), but I also love filling in the crossword with a pen. Let’s hope I can continue to do both.
With parking spaces costing $82,000, the City banning the Tamale Lady from Zeitgeist, evictions in SF hitting a 12 year high and one piece of artisan toast in my ‘hood costing $3.75, I understand the inclination to have a drink.
J.K. Dineen explores both the rental housing construction boom taking place in San Francisco, as well as the ways in which residents in Potrero and the Dogpatch are looking to benefit from development in their areas. I am also going to put a proposal forward that would — really help our city and — supply all residents in San Francisco named Jesse Feldman with a Ferrari per every 8.6 high-end condos built. F12 Berlinettas or 458 Spiders please, no Californias for me though.
Supervisor London Breed takes the City to task for its use of the word diversity in the face of a steep decline in the African-American population. For some context, I would suggest reading the City’s report on African-American Out-Migration.
Born and raised in the mean streets of Marin County, Ross appreciates the unique political landscape of the Bay Area. When he’s not helping his clients achieve their goals, he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, and occasionally searching for his lost golf ball at a local course.