In this week’s newsletter, we check in on Zanze's Cheesecake, the Frida Kahlo Way Quick-Build Project and more.
Crime and Security
Supervisor Ahsha Safaí, who represents much of Ingleside, put forward the new requirement that was unanimously passed by lawmakers.
The commission discovered a number of violations in connection to the conditions of the club's permit.
The former Ingleside Station police captain will oversee two stations and the drug market crackdown.
The $300K report recommends five projects to improve several modes of travel.
Repeated gun violence has raised safety concerns from the surrounding community.
San Francisco launched a program to inscribe a license plate number on catalytic converters to aid in thefts of the devices.
The police department encourages residents to remain vigilant. Here are their recommendations.
City officials held a public meeting to address concerns ranging from juveniles in the justice system to graffiti.
The police department’s graffiti abatement officer provided insight on minimizing a growing form of vandalism in Ingleside.
The supervisors plan to implement security and cleaning measures amid lack of funding and community unease.
Cash and the soundboard used for live music were taken.