Supported by Beep's Burgers In this week’s newsletter, Supervisor Myrna Melgar on her reelection campaign, and then: * Jose Ortega
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Five faculty and administrators from peer colleges will conduct a focused site visit from Oct. 2-4.
Despite the new paint and lettering, the restoration of the Art Deco movie palace's tower is not yet complete.
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Hi neighbors, We are celebrating our fifteenth birthday today and want to thank The Ingleside Light community. We're grateful to
In this week’s newsletter, a look at the neighborhood's forthcoming $133 million building, and then: * Talking voting with Democratic
Rosario Cervantes is urging democrats to get involved with the club and politics ahead of the 2024 election.
The $133 million facility will be a one-stop shop for student services and open up the campus to the community.
The public has until Sept. 8 to provide feedback on the extensive transit and safety project plans.
In this week’s newsletter, a new small business opens, and then: * BART service announcement * Medical center survey * Fourplex legislation
The medical service provider is looking to get information to program its Ingleside facility.
Supervisor Myrna Melgar's legislation to ease multi-family housing development on the Westside was adopted in July.