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Developer seeks to transform 10th and Harrison parking lot into “smart interim spaces”

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Speaking of creative uses for shipping containers, Dennis Wong (campsyte.com) has announced a pre-app meeting for a three-level “mixed-use” development at 10th and Harrison Streets. This is the same vacant lot that was to be home to a recycling center last year.  Continue reading

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Mental health services for adults, children and families coming to UCSF’s Mission Bay campus

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An anonymous $50 million gift will fund a center for mental and physical healthcare services on the UCSF Mission Bay campus, Matthew W. State announced last night at the University’s regular meeting of its Community Advisory Group. Dr. State, MD, PhD, the Oberndorf Family Distinguished Professor and chair of psychiatry at UCSF, is a world-renowned researcher on neurodevelopmental disorders.  Continue reading

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SF Police district boundaries meeting tonight

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This is an update regarding the SFPD District Station Boundary Analysis Proposal meeting scheduled for Wednesday, 02/25/2015.  The meeting will be held at The Gene Friend Recreation Center, 270 6th St., San Francisco at 6:00 pm.  If you have any questions, please call Southern Station (415-553-1373).

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Free Clinic / Walden House moving to 12th and Mission Street location

“HealthRIGHT 360,” created in 2011 in the merger of the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics and Walden House, has acquired a five story building sitting atop the northern end of the Lafayette, Minna, Natoma Residential Enclave District at 1563 Mission Street to serve as a healthcare center to provide “primary medical care, mental health services, substance use disorder treatment, and resources for employment, education, and housing assistance – all under one roof,” according to a recent press release.

The nonprofit will hold a neighborhood meeting on Tuesday, October 28 from 6:00-7:00 pm at Grandma’s Deli & Cafe, 1551 Mission Street. “We will be converting the building into a modern, integrated healthcare center, continuing our legacy of service in San Francisco that began over 40 years ago.  Continue reading

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SoMa professor honored at Sunday’s Folsom Street Fair

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Dr. Gayle Rubin, an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, was surprised to be given a “Key to the Fair” plaque from the Board of Directors at Sunday’s Folsom Street Fair. Gayle and her partner Jay are both longtime South of Market residents and Gayle spends as much time as her schedule allows in their converted industrial space on Sheridan Alley.  Continue reading

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Recycling center looks DOA

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by JIM MEKO

[Update: “With recycling centers dwindling in SF, one operator plans to bring the people to his business,” September 19, 2014, San Francisco Examiner]

Is this the last we’re going to hear about the recycling center at 10th and Harrison Street?

The available sign went back up yesterday. Ors Csaszar from Our Planet Recycling has cleared the lot over the last few weeks and it looks like he’s taking his bottles and cans and going away.  Continue reading

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Is it open season on Production, Distribution and Repair (PDR)?

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from BRIAN WALLACE

Is it ‘Open Season’ on Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR) in SoMa? Especially active, vibrant small businesses that help dented cars look good, replace broken car windows (no shortage of them in SoMa), provide great tasting Mexican food to locals, and employ hard-working people without college degrees.

Did I miss the memo? Read more→

 

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