The store’s five large windows were smashed overnight on the Transgender Day of Remembrance.
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Supervisor Ahsha Safaí, who represents much of Ingleside, put forward the new requirement that was unanimously passed by lawmakers.
In this week’s newsletter, remembering Anita Grier, and then: * APEC-Caused K Ingleside Service Changes * San Jose Avenue Safety Improvements
Anita Grier, who served on the college’s board of trustees for over a decade, had deep roots in the neighborhood.
The biggest international trade summit in the city’s history is expected to cause big traffic changes.
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The event promises to unlock insights into the future of San Francisco's housing landscape.
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