Category: Letters

Letters: Recycling in SF isn’t always convenient

“Residents still resist recycling,” The City, May 24 Recycling in S.F. isn't always convenient Your cover story was both biased…

2 months ago

Letters: Outrage and compassion toward Muni fare inspectors

“Exempt from anti-quota law, Muni fare inspectors pressured to issue tickets,” The City, April 22 The SFMTA must be held…

3 months ago

Letters: Good on Breed for challenging the SFMTA

YIMBY-backed Breed intervened to remove bikeshare station on her own block,” On Guard, April 12 Good on Breed for standing…

3 months ago

Letters: Tenants wrong about landlord obligations

“Supervisors work to stop S.F. landlords from passing management costs on to tenants,” The City, March 18 Tenants wrong about…

4 months ago

Letters: SB 827 is not the answer

“Senate Bill 827 could raise height limits throughout SF, transform city,” The City, Feb. 18 Senate Bill 827 is not…

4 months ago

Letters: SF State president still doesn’t get it

“S.F. State president apologizes for comments about Zionists,” The City, Feb. 28 S.F. State President Leslie Wong still doesn’t get…

5 months ago

Letters: Why leave out Sonja Trauss from District 6 discussion?

“Former Planning Commissioner Christine Johnson launches District 6 supervisor campaign,” On Guard, Jan. 19 Why leave Trauss out of discussion?…

6 months ago

Letters: Historic movies must be considered with context

“Sexual harassment in the movies: When ‘no’ meant ‘maybe’,” Sally Stephens, Jan. 14 Historic movies must be considered with context…

6 months ago