A proposal to relocate and rehabilitate the pit bull facing death for attacking a police horse has been rejected by the City Attorney’s Office, leaving the dog’s fate in limbo.
Charlie has been in custody at San Francisco's Animal Care and Control Center since Aug. 6, when he attacked a U.S. Park Police horse at Crissy Field. Stoney, the horse involved in the incident, suffered lacerations to its leg. The attack occurred at an off-leash area of Crissy Field. Read More
At Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, David Campos announced that he is asking the budget and legislative analyst to conduct a performance review of the San Francisco Housing Authority. He repeatedly stated (so you know it’s true) that “the focus is not on individuals or personalities” but “what is happening to address the needs of the residents.” Read More
Supervisor Scott Wiener is trying hard to fix Muni, but no one wants to pay for it. With $420 million in deferred maintenance and a $100 million deficit each year, the prospect of getting our public-transportation system on track is getting more remote. Read More
The Staffordshire terrier that attacked a police horse at Crissy Field earlier this month has been ordered to be put to sleep, according to his owner.
David Gizzarelli said he is saddened by the news, but plans to do all he can to keep his dog, Charlie, alive.
Gizzarelli is in the process of obtaining an attorney and plans to file an injunction by the end of today. By filing an injunction, Gizzarelli hopes he can fight the decision in San Francisco Superior Court. Read More