Did PG&E's flyers showing a burned up outlet finally manage to remind everyone how little regard PG&E has for safety?
Focusing on switchbacks is the Muni equivalent to "let them eat cake." But unless we're willing to hold our politicians accountable for their repeated failures, we can all expect more of the same.
But students will not be able to obtain condoms without first talking to a counselor, said Kim Gillette, director of the Daly City Youth Health Center.
So basically a whole bunch of new people are going to move in and start complaining about the noisy clubs that have been there for decades.
Despite reading every article on the subject, I still don't understand how this will ever relate to building a subway station there. Does this deal include the right to use part of the new building as a subway station?
If so, why hasn't this been mentioned? If not, why are we throwing away $10 million on this?
So... are they going to build a station there, or no?
Shouldn't we be building HSR already instead of wasting money on temporary stopgaps?
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