Forwarded from Betsy Eddy of the Diamond Heights Neighborhood Association A Ruiz Construction, Co. under contract with San Francisco Public Works is scheduled to repave Diamond Heights Blvd between Clipper Street and Portola Drive. You may recall this segment was under construction last fall 2017 as part of the Diamond Heights Improvements Project. This small […]
Archives for May 2018
Rick and Nada Malouf, owners of the Cheese Boutique at 660 Chenery St., were honored in a ceremony at San Francisco City Hall on May 15, 2018. Each year, the San Francisco Small Business Commission teams up with the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to honor and recognize an exceptional small business from each of San […]
It’s a thin week because of the holiday. And what of last week’s request to extend the Planning Commission’s approval of a Glen Park Parking lot? Granted. See legislation here. The SFMTA Engineering Hearing happens Friday, June 1, 10 a.m., in City Hall, room 416. See agenda here. 7. Establish – Speed Humps Joost Avenue, between Baden […]
But not in a good way. See today’s SF Chronicle article about the increased traffic on narrow Miguel Street: https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Waze-Google-Maps-San-Francisco-reroute-12898001.php
The Interdepartmental Staff Committee on Traffic and Transportation for Temporary Street Closures (ISCOTT) meets Thuesday, May 24, 9 a.m., at 1 South Van Ness, room 7080. See agenda here. B. Laidley Street between Harper and Fairmount streets. Wednesday, July 4, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Neighborhood Block Party. The Board of Supervisors meets Tuesday, May 22, 2 p.m., in […]
Moving to Chenery Street a couple of years ago, I found that available Internet technology was older than many of my neighbors. AT&T’s Internet service, phone-line DSL, was hopelessly slow. Comcast’s cable speeds were faster but streaming videos ran out of bandwidth on Saturday nights. Many in the neighborhood have despaired of the options, so I […]
Forwarded from Captain Jack Hart’s excellent Ingleside Station Newsletter — see p. 19 https://gallery.mailchimp.com/ed4a08071cbc3bf508fd1fa81/files/a109047a-4cda-44ac-822a-e1553f8be1f7/May_2018_week_20.pdf Read the entire newsletter for valuable information and insights into crimefighting in our Ingleside Station.
Forwarded from Betsy Eddy of Diamond Heights Community Association: Thank you to all who voted for Resilient Diamond Heights for the Participatory Budgeting for District 8 provided by Supervisor Jeff Sheehy. RDH came in 5th in the voting among 11 projects that were selected. With the funding, RDH will be able to purchase supplies for the […]
The SFMTA Board of Directors meets Tuesday, May 15, 1 p.m., in City Hall, room 400. See agenda here B. ESTABLISH – STOP SIGN − Malta Drive, southbound, at Stillings Avenue. Z. ESTABLISH – NO PARKING ANYTIME − Highland Avenue, north side, from Mission Street to 18 feet easterly; Highland Avenue, south side, from Mission […]
You did it! The Glen Park Greenway project has won District 8 Participatory Budgeting funding for the Greenway Boundary Survey! Thank you to all in District 8 who supported the Greenway’s application for funds in District 8’s first Participatory Budgeting Process. Thank you, Supervisor Sheehy, for the opportunity to help decide where the City’s budget […]
To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website turning ten years old, we are reposting some of our favorite stories from the last ten years. Two Little League teams faced off on the Thelma Williams Baseball Diamond in Glen Canyon Park on a warm Saturday afternoon in April. The players were six years old, maybe seven. […]
Interested in giving feedback on the Twin Peaks Promenade Concept Design but couldn’t make the May 8 meeting? Visit the project webpage to see the concept boards that were presented there: http://sfrecpark.org/call-for-input-twin-peaks-promenade-concept-design/ and send in your comments by May 17. Details on the webpage.
Meet Mayoral candidate Jane Kim and ask her questions in the comfortable environs of Bird & Beckett Books on Sunday, May 20, from 3:00 p.m.
To celebrate the Glen Park Association Website turning ten years old, we are reposting some of our favorite stories from the last ten years. by Bonnee Waldstein Arriving at Gialina Pizzeria when the doors open at 5:00 PM, and the stroller crowd and early birds arrive, and before the bench and sidewalk outside fill up […]
The Transit Authority meets Tuesday, May 8, 10 a.m., in City Hall, room 250. See agenda here. Not GP but of note is agenda item #9, which is an effort to create guidelines for e-scooters, shared bikes or whatever comes next. Link to presentation here. See Carolyn Said’s article in the SF Chronicle on May 4. The […]
Information from Betsy Eddy of Diamond Heights Community Association: The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department has scheduled construction renovations at the Walter Haas Dog Play Area to start on Wednesday, May 9th. Completion is planned during the summer. The DHCA thanks Senator Scott Wiener and Supervisor Jeff Sheehy for their efforts to fund the […]
Save the date! Our next Greenway clean-up will be held Saturday, May 12, from 9 a.m. to noon. Meet us at the end of the Chilton cul-de-sac. We’ll have coffee beforehand and lunch sandwiches afterward. What will we do? This time around, we’ll focus on weeding around the new trees and acorn shoots, and devote […]
Forwarded from the SF Recreation and Parks Department: Save the date and join us for an Open House to review and collect input on proposed designs for the eastern half of the Twin Peaks Boulevard “Figure 8”: Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Midtown Terrace Clubhouse Clarendon Ave + Olympia Way Rec and […]