City Hall Identifies 2 Ingleside Sites For Potential Safe Sleeping Villages

The Balboa Reservoir

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — At the request of the Board of Supervisors, San Francisco’s Real Estate Division and Recreation and Parks Department submitted a list of 42 potential sites that could serve as emergency shelter, including two located in Ingleside, during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. City College of San Francisco’s Ocean Campus and the San … Read more

Former Light Intern David Mamaril Horowitz Awarded Student Reporter Of The Year

David Mamaril Horowitz

The Associated Collegiate Press honored The Light’s former intern and associate editor David Mamaril Horowitz with the Ernie Pyle Reporter of the Year Award. Horowitz won third place in the two-year college category for stories published in the City College of San Francisco student-run newspaper The Guardsman. The non-profit educational association, which provides journalism education … Read more

Additional COVID-19 Testing Site To Open In Ingleside

City College of San Francisco's Student Health Center is now a COVID-19 testing site for San Francisco residents.

Mayor London Breed announced today the addition of three COVID-19 testing sites, including one in Ingleside at City College of San Francisco’s Ocean Campus. The purpose of the expansion is to bring testing to underserved neighborhoods and increase the city’s capacity to test workers and residents who may be exhibiting symptoms of the virus.  “As … Read more

Mayor, Supervisor Finalize Balboa Reservoir Housing Development Agreement

Photo by Franchon Smith

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — An agreement has been reached between a development group and the City and County of San Francisco for 1,100 units of housing on the 17-acre Balboa Reservoir. Mayor London Breed and District 7 Supervisor Norman Yee announced the project’s initiation in a joint-statement issued on April 28. The project will be moving … Read more

City College of San Francisco Chancellor Mark Rocha Put On Administrative Leave

City College of San Francisco Chancellor Mark Rocha was placed on paid administrative leave in late March. THE GUARDSMAN/COURTESY PHOTO

INGLESIDE, San Francisco — In a brief letter released at 10 a.m. Monday morning, City College of San Francisco announced that Chancellor Mark Rocha was placed on paid administrative leave. The cause was not disclosed. “I’m writing to let you know that the Board of Trustees has placed Chancellor Mark Rocha on paid administrative leave … Read more