@GUEST: Sure, but Linda Chapman just bout a million and a half dollar home around the corner from all the bars, now she needs them to close.
1314 Larkin Street San Francisco, CAFind on map >>
Owner: LINDA I CHAPMANTotal assessed land value: $977,372Total assessed improvements value: $651,580Total assessed value for property: $1,628,952Date of current valuation: 06/28/2009Last sale price: $1,535,000 (05/04/2006)Lot depth: 87 feetLot area: 2,187 square feetNumber of stories: 3Number of units: 1Number of rooms: 17Number of bathrooms: 3Property area: 5,208 square feetYear property was built: 1908Read more:
@OldBolshevik: i live in the sunset, and am not chinese, nor do i speak chinese, what about me?just because there are chinese people here, we need a chinese supe? that's downright racist!
anyone who has been in there can see the poor quality of the construction
@diana1: Transportation systems should ban equivocal dehumanizations and other types of harmful communications, written or bespoke (intended) whether-or-not they are public or private. The public entity sets the precedent. No constructive end proceeds from overt offense either written or vocal, with emphasis on dehumanizations. The recent commercial hate speech scrawled on San Francisco Muni buses, pitting Jew con Muslim, should have remained in Israel's military arsenals and not pandered by American neo-liberals. Public transportation must scrutinize commercial communications. As one would not be expected to pay a drug dealer not to sell drugs to one's child neither should one buy drugs for one's child—dehumanizations should not be traded, period. Prohibitions against hate speech complement free speech and First Amendment provisions and should cease to support religious superstition according to the Constitution of the United States. Much needed requirements to ban copyright protections is another matter.
@Safe Driver: muni can't have cameras to catch vandals, but they can find a way to spend $ they don't have to catch tourists riding in those lanes? Pathetic!
The previous property parcel tax and bonds' money should not have been squandered on "lavish" buildings, including a new athletic center. Therefore misuse of money caused voters to distrust the San Mateo Community College Board. Do not ask voters for more taxes or money. The nation's economy has not recovered. There are fears that California itself may go bankrupt.
@Rourke53: The writers don't write their headlines, so if you have a problem with the headline, don't conflate it with the author "going after Adachi."
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