And no insurance to pay for damages to the car . . . .
It will be news when they approve the Noe Valley Homeless Shelter or the Marina Homeless Shelter.
Sure is about time the cops do something about people riding on the sidewalks but they need to do it all the time, with consistency, not just sporadically.
@sourdoughgal: Because he wants to sue Mehserle as an individual which he couldn't do if Mehserle was acting in an official capacity. In that case he'd have to sue BART apparently. He can sue regardless. It's a question of WHO he can sue.
I can't recall but I'd guess he's already gotten a settlement from BART so if he couldn't sue Mehserle as an individual he would have milked all the money out of this he could. But it seems to me if Mehserle wasn't acting in an official capacity, BART should demand any settlement back.
Chris Daly, SEIU’s political director: So THAT's where the dirt bag ended up. Figures.
I don't personally care what is the nature of the business of the people occupying these Mid-Market buildings. What I care about is that the buildings themselves get fixed up so that one of San Francisco's most important streets doesn't look like a dump. Does the Rainin Foundation or the other arts organizations have the resources to renovate and build? Simply paying peoples' rent is one thing if they intend to keep paying it in a slum.
Who City College banks with should be about who can provide the service at the least cost to the school and not about political motivation on the part of those with influence over its Board. Wells Fargo is a major San Francisco business that employs many in the city, but that also should not be a part of the issue.
I am GLAD to have a trustee for whom business is business and politics or political agendas is not.
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