Today’s Stories (Last updated September 20, 01:50 PM)

Sep
20
District Six Election Heats Up
by Kelly Groth
School Board Commissioner Matt Haney filed paperwork to run for supervisor of District 6 yesterday. Another possible contender for D6 candidate Sunny Angulo announced she would not run.
School Board Commissioner Matt Haney filed paperwork to run for supervisor of District 6 yesterday. Another possible contender for D6 candidate Sunny Angulo announced she would not run. more
In SF’s District Six race, Haney is in while Angulo is out
Chronicle (09/19/2017)
SF progressive leaders unite behind Matt Haney in D6 race
Examiner (09/19/2017)
Sep
20
SFPD Vows Reform Despite Lack of DOJ Resources
by Kelly Groth
Despite the current leadership at the helm of the Department of Justice, the SFPD says it remains committed to the department reforms recommended by the DOJ last year. Attorney Gener... more
Despite the current leadership at the helm of the Department of Justice, the SFPD says it remains committed to the department reforms recommended by the DOJ last year. Attorney General and Keebler look-alike Jeff Sessions announced earlier this week he would shift resources away from community policing efforts in local jurisdictions. more
SFPD committed to DOJ reforms despite changes under Sessions
Chronicle (09/19/2017)
Sep
20
Board Unanimously Votes to Rename Justin Herman Plaza
by Kelly Groth
The resolution to rename Justin Herman Plaza passed unanimously at yesterday's Board of Supervisors meeting. Now, Rec and Park must decide if they should remove the plaza's existing ... more
The resolution to rename Justin Herman Plaza passed unanimously at yesterday's Board of Supervisors meeting. Now, Rec and Park must decide if they should remove the plaza's existing name. Supervisor Peskin has suggested calling the area "Embarcadero Plaza" in the meantime. more
Renaming Justin Herman Plaza part of effort to correct decades of community damage
Examiner (09/19/2017)
SF supervisors want Justin Herman’s name yanked off plaza
Chronicle (09/19/2017)
Sep
20
Mixed Reactions to Dreamers Shutting Down Pelosi Presser
by Kelly Groth
Several immigration-rights activists protested Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi's press conference this past Monday, accusing Pelosi of using DACA recipients as a bargaining chip to improv... more
Several immigration-rights activists protested Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi's press conference this past Monday, accusing Pelosi of using DACA recipients as a bargaining chip to improve the DREAM Act, in negotiations with Trump. Matier and Ross note that Pelosi's allies didn't necessarily rush to her aide during the presser takeover.  more
Pelosi’s allies didn’t help as she was shouted down at ‘Dreamers’ event
Chronicle (09/20/2017)
Sep
20
Coliseum Executive is Here to Stay
by Kelly Groth
The executive director of the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum Authority will keep his job, managing the upcoming departure of the Golden State Warriors, Oakland Athletics, and Oaklan... more
The executive director of the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum Authority will keep his job, managing the upcoming departure of the Golden State Warriors, Oakland Athletics, and Oakland Raiders. The executive director, Scott McKibben, was previously offered a contract with Santa Clara to oversee troubled Levi's Stadium.  more
Coliseum exec is richly rewarded to help say goodbye to Raiders, Warriors
Chronicle (09/20/2017)
Sep
20
SFUSD Aims to Make Fossil Fuels Extinct
by Kelly Groth
Board Commissioner Matt Haney and Board Vice President Hydra Mendoza-McDonnell sponsored a resolution to commit SFUSD to phase out the school district's fossil fuels by 2040. If pass... more
Board Commissioner Matt Haney and Board Vice President Hydra Mendoza-McDonnell sponsored a resolution to commit SFUSD to phase out the school district's fossil fuels by 2040. If passed, the school district's buildings will be retrofitted to be carbon neutral, and its fleet to be emissions-free. more
SF school district hopes to phase out fossil fuels by 2040
Examiner (09/20/2017)
Sep
20
The Refreshing Taste of... A Lawsuit?
by Kelly Groth
Provisions of the soda tax, passed last year by voters, hit a wall on Tuesday. A federal appeals court barred enforcement of required health warnings in soft drink display ads, sayin... more
Provisions of the soda tax, passed last year by voters, hit a wall on Tuesday. A federal appeals court barred enforcement of required health warnings in soft drink display ads, saying it violated advertisers' freedom of speech. more
San Francisco’s soda law blocked by appeals court
Chronicle (09/19/2017)
Sep
20
Bernie Stumps for Medicare for All in SF
by Kelly Groth
Senator Bernie Sanders will be in SF this Friday, joined with the California Nurses Association, to promote his recently introduced Medicare for All legislation. While the legislatio... more
Senator Bernie Sanders will be in SF this Friday, joined with the California Nurses Association, to promote his recently introduced Medicare for All legislation. While the legislation has some Democrat support, it is not expected to pass the Republican-controlled Senate and House. more
Bernie Sanders to visit SF on Friday for state nurses convention
Chronicle (09/19/2017)
Nov
06
Supervisor Races 2018 - Declared and Rumored Candidates
by SF Usual Suspects
Supervisor Races 2018
D2 - Schuyler Hudak*, Nicholas Josefowitz*, Kat Anderson, Michela Alioto-Pier
D4 - Katy Tang*, Daniel Kappler*, Adam Kim*
D6 - Sonja Trauss*, Jason Lee Jones*, Matt Haney*
D8 - Jeff Sheehy*, Rafael Mandelman*, Meaghan Zore*, Harold Brown*, Mark Gillick*, John Patrick Donohue*
D10 - Uzuri Pease-Greene*, Shamann Walton*, Tony Kelly*, Asale-Haquekyah Chandler*, Theo Ellington

Mayor 2019
Mark Leno*, London Breed, David Chiu, Mark Farrell, Michael Caccioppoli*, Harold Miller*, Erica Sandberg*, Mehak Vohra* 

Incumbents ... more
Supervisor Races 2018
D2 - Schuyler Hudak*, Nicholas Josefowitz*, Kat Anderson, Michela Alioto-Pier
D4 - Katy Tang*, Daniel Kappler*, Adam Kim*
D6 - Sonja Trauss*, Jason Lee Jones*, Matt Haney*
D8 - Jeff Sheehy*, Rafael Mandelman*, Meaghan Zore*, Harold Brown*, Mark Gillick*, John Patrick Donohue*
D10 - Uzuri Pease-Greene*, Shamann Walton*, Tony Kelly*, Asale-Haquekyah Chandler*, Theo Ellington

Mayor 2019
Mark Leno*, London Breed, David Chiu, Mark Farrell, Michael Caccioppoli*, Harold Miller*, Erica Sandberg*, Mehak Vohra* 

Incumbents in bold. Candidates declared have an asterisk (*) next to their names, and rumored candidates do not.

Know something we don’t? Mentioned here, but you don't want to be? Don’t see your name on here, but you'd like to? We’re happy to help. Give us the scoop and drop us a line at usualsuspectssf@gmail.com. more
Today’s Suspects Updater
Kelly Groth
Kelly is excited for the opportunity to carry forth the tradition of waking up early to scrounge the day's headlines. Her background in SF politics ranges from grassroots campaigns to serving on the board of one too many Democratic clubs. Sometimes she has a free moment, where you can find her biking around town or stuffing her face with Arizmendi pastries.

In the Past Week…

Sep
19
DREAMers Protest Pelosi Presser, Sue Trump
by Shanti Singh
Sixty young DREAMers protested a press conference organized by Nancy Pelosi to push for passage of the Dream Act in Congress, which would preserve the DACA program for children broug... more
Sixty young DREAMers protested a press conference organized by Nancy Pelosi to push for passage of the Dream Act in Congress, which would preserve the DACA program for children brought to the U.S. by undocumented parents at an early age.

Chanting "all of us or none of us", the protesters accused Pelosi of failing to take action for all 11 million undocumented Americans and using young DREAMers as "bargaining chips" in negotiations with President Trump. Pelosi cancelled the press conference. DACA recipients have also filed suit in SF court against Trump's attempts to end the program. more
Protesters shut down Pelosi news conference on DACA: ‘All of us or none of us’
Chronicle (09/19/2017)
Sep
19
Rose Pak Memorial Community Fund Launches
by Shanti Singh
Former Mayor Willie Brown, Supervisor Aaron Peskin and a host of Chinatown community leaders were on hand at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce Monday to announce the creation of the Ro... more
Former Mayor Willie Brown, Supervisor Aaron Peskin and a host of Chinatown community leaders were on hand at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce Monday to announce the creation of the Rose Pak Community Fund, in honor of the late power broker and Chinatown legend. The fund hopes to raise a million dollars to support affordable housing, local businesses, and young people in public service. more
Rose Pak’s death, one year later: Community fund launches amid scramble for power
Examiner (09/19/2017)
Sep
19
Free CCSF Yields Enrollment Boom
by Shanti Singh
The Examiner reports that enrollment has spiked for the first semester of City College that will be available free to all San Franciscans. Spearheaded by D6 Supervisor Jane Kim, Prop... more
The Examiner reports that enrollment has spiked for the first semester of City College that will be available free to all San Franciscans. Spearheaded by D6 Supervisor Jane Kim, Prop W passed in 2016, making San Francisco the first city in the nation to provide free community college to all its residents. more
‘Huge’ enrollment boost evident in first semester of free CCSF
Examiner (09/19/2017)
Sep
19
Yee, Ronen Revisit Creating SFPD Property Crimes Unit
by Kelly Groth
Reviving a bill that Mayor Lee vetoed last year, Supervisors Norman Yee and Hillary Ronen are looking to create property crime investigation units in each of SF's 10 police districts... more
Reviving a bill that Mayor Lee vetoed last year, Supervisors Norman Yee and Hillary Ronen are looking to create property crime investigation units in each of SF's 10 police districts amid a continued uptick in property crimes citywide. more
SF reconsiders neighborhood police units to fight rampant car break
Examiner (09/19/2017)
SF supervisors want special police units to target property crimes
Chronicle (09/19/2017)
Sep
19
SF Using New State Funds for Drug Rehabilitation
by Shanti Singh
Proposition 47, passed statewide in 2014, saved $103M this year in state funds by reducing prison penalties for nonviolent drug offenders. Now, San Francisco has been granted $6M of ... more
Proposition 47, passed statewide in 2014, saved $103M this year in state funds by reducing prison penalties for nonviolent drug offenders. Now, San Francisco has been granted $6M of those funds to provide treatment beds for recovering addicts in collaboration with the Salvation Army. more
SF to use Prop. 47 funds for 32 residential treatment beds for drug addicts
Examiner (09/19/2017)
Sep
18
Less Money More Problems
by Jen Longley
With weekend ridership dropping 10% at a cost of about $15 million to the system, BART officials have begun handing out weekend-only free BART tickets at stations unknown.

Meanwhile,... more
With weekend ridership dropping 10% at a cost of about $15 million to the system, BART officials have begun handing out weekend-only free BART tickets at stations unknown.

Meanwhile, the price tag for City security efforts surrounding the Nazi protests and counter-protests in Chrissy Field and around the City has come in at three quarters of a million dollars for one day's work, while legal costs continue to rise in the saga of the sinking Millennium Tower in Monday's Matier & Ross. more
BART randomly hands out free tickets to boost weekend ridership
Chronicle (09/18/2017)
Sep
18
HIV Infections Continue to Drop- Inequalities Remain
by Jen Longley
While San Francisco has achieved a 60% reduction in diagnosed HIV transmissions over the past decade, the plan to get to 90% reduction is now focusing on the most vulnerable populati... more
While San Francisco has achieved a 60% reduction in diagnosed HIV transmissions over the past decade, the plan to get to 90% reduction is now focusing on the most vulnerable populations where infection rates continue to be disproportionately high: communities of color, the economically insecure, and homeless populations. City health experts and elected officials, including Supervisor Jeff Sheehy, also hope to target intravenous dug users through the use of safe injection sites. 

The latter goal suffered a setback with the failure of AB186, co-authored by Senator Scott Wiener, which would have provided the legal framework for safe injection sites in 6 counties in California. Its failure complicates local planning efforts surrounding safe injection sites. more
Bill to allow safe injection sites for drug users fails in California Senate
Examiner (09/18/2017)
New HIV infections continue to decline in SF, but disparities a concern
Examiner (09/18/2017)
Sep
18
Farrell Replaces 20-Year Commissioner With Political Consultant
by Jen Longley
In a surprise move, Supervisor Mark Farrell declined to reappoint 20-year committee veteran and disability transit advocate Jackie Sachs to the Citizens Advisory Committee representi... more
In a surprise move, Supervisor Mark Farrell declined to reappoint 20-year committee veteran and disability transit advocate Jackie Sachs to the Citizens Advisory Committee representing District 2, opting instead to appoint political consultant Hala Hijazi. more
Supervisor Farrell replaces 20-year citizen committee member with political consultant
Examiner (09/18/2017)
Sep
18
Too 'Bulky' for The Neighborhood? Mission Market-Rate Development Paused
by Jen Longley
The Planning Commission voted unanimously to delay consideration of a 75-unit proposed building in the Mission, citing the design as too bulky and asking the developer to present pla... more
The Planning Commission voted unanimously to delay consideration of a 75-unit proposed building in the Mission, citing the design as too bulky and asking the developer to present plans of multiple buildings for the site.

The proposed development, which utilizes the density bonus program to increase the height limits allowed on the site, still includes the minimum number of affordable units required, angering local neighborhood activists who would prefer to see a fully affordable developer come forward. None has yet materialized.

An attorney for the current owner has signaled that the owner may decline to re-write the plans. more
SF halts Mission housing development over ‘bulky’ design
Examiner (09/18/2017)
Sep
18
Stuck In The Middle With You
by Jen Longley
The Chronicle explores the dearth of options for 'middle income' buyers — those who make too much to qualify for public assistance in purchasing a home, but cannot afford the sky-hig... more
The Chronicle explores the dearth of options for 'middle income' buyers — those who make too much to qualify for public assistance in purchasing a home, but cannot afford the sky-high prices of San Francisco market-rate Real Estate — through the experience of Trevor McNeil and Sarah Montoya, a mid-thirties, one-income couple with kids who cant seem to catch a break. more
Stuck in the middle with few housing options
Chronicle (09/18/2017)
Sep
18
Plots and Recreation
by Jen Longley
A new bill authored by Assemblyman Phil Ting would allow Caltrans to give the City first priority to rent un-leased pots of land at a discounted rate to transform them into area park... more
A new bill authored by Assemblyman Phil Ting would allow Caltrans to give the City first priority to rent un-leased pots of land at a discounted rate to transform them into area parks, also helping reduce greenhouse gasses through Civic planning as mandated by the State. 

Should AB 857 be signed into law, several sites have already been identified as leasing partners, including lots in the Dogpatch, Mission, and Alemany neighborhoods, according to Dogpatch & NW Potrero Hill Green Benefit District Executive Director and former Supervisor Julie Christensen. more
Derelict plots under freeways in SF could become parklands
Chronicle (09/18/2017)
Sep
18
Behind the Orange Curtain
by Jen Longley
The Chronicle's Joe Garafoli ventures southward, where the path for Democrats to retake Congress runs through the OC.
The Chronicle's Joe Garafoli ventures southward, where the path for Democrats to retake Congress runs through the OC. more
Democrats trying to turn Orange County blue, one house at a time
Chronicle (09/18/2017)
Sep
17
Mayor Brown Cover’s Bill Clinton’s Visit
by Steven Kight

This week we see musings on the state of the former president’s diet, and the future of our current governor’s political career. Following this we return to the mayor’s opinion that

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This week we see musings on the state of the former president’s diet, and the future of our current governor’s political career. Following this we return to the mayor’s opinion that it is clever of the Trump administration to work with Nancy Pelosi on the DACA question.

 
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Bill Clinton shows off charm, humor at SF Baptist church gathering
Chronicle (09/17/2017)
Sep
17
M&R Address Potential Toll Increases On Bay Area Bridges
by Steven Kight

Next year will see a regional ballot measure aimed at financing public transit systems throughout the bay area.While this ballot measure will provide desperately needed funding to re

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Next year will see a regional ballot measure aimed at financing public transit systems throughout the bay area.While this ballot measure will provide desperately needed funding to regional transit agencies, it also includes a large toll increase and would allow for further increases later on without voter approval.

 
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Going across a Bay Area bridge might get a lot more expensive
Chronicle (09/17/2017)
Sep
17
911 System Still Operating Well Below Expectations
by Steven Kight

Months after Mayor Lee issued an order demanding reform at SF 911 call centers, and years after poor performance was first brought to public attention, the city’s 911 system is still

... more

Months after Mayor Lee issued an order demanding reform at SF 911 call centers, and years after poor performance was first brought to public attention, the city’s 911 system is still functioning well below the national average.

 
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Amid modest improvements, more tales of 911 woes
Chronicle (09/17/2017)
Sep
16
Housing Bill Packages Pass Legislature
by Kelly Groth
The Legislature passed 15 housing bills on Friday, addressing homelessness and rising housing costs. Senator Wiener's SB 35 was included in the bills passed, which requires cities th... more
The Legislature passed 15 housing bills on Friday, addressing homelessness and rising housing costs. Senator Wiener's SB 35 was included in the bills passed, which requires cities that aren't meeting their housing production status to build more low- to middle-income housing.

The package of bills head to Governor Brown for his signature. more
State lawmakers deliver affordable housing plan to governor
Chronicle (09/15/2017)
Sep
16
Patriot Prayer Cost SF Big Bucks
by Kelly Groth
Despite the Patriot Prayer canceling their rally in SF last month, the city still paid almost $1 million on security and transit. Mayor Ed Lee has pledged to seek reimbursement.
Despite the Patriot Prayer canceling their rally in SF last month, the city still paid almost $1 million on security and transit. Mayor Ed Lee has pledged to seek reimbursement. more
Day of canceled right-wing Crissy Field rally cost SF police $775,000
Chronicle (09/15/2017)
Patriot Prayer rally cost SF nearly $1 million, Mayor Lee to seek reimbursement
Examiner (09/16/2017)
Sep
16
Sacramento: End of Session Bills Passed
by Kelly Groth
At the end of session, lawmakers passed bills ranging from sanctuary cities to reforming the sex offender registry.
At the end of session, lawmakers passed bills ranging from sanctuary cities to reforming the sex offender registry. more
State legislature OKs controversial bills on sanctuary and sex offenders
Chronicle (09/15/2017)
Sep
16
Statewide Safe Injection Bill Fails
by Kelly Groth
California's Senate failed to pass a statewide safe injection bill, which would have allowed counties to provide safe injection sites. State Senator Scott Wiener says he intends to b... more
California's Senate failed to pass a statewide safe injection bill, which would have allowed counties to provide safe injection sites. State Senator Scott Wiener says he intends to bring the bill back for a vote next year. more
Bill to allow safe injection sites for drug users fails in California Senate
Examiner (09/15/2017)
Sep
16
CCSF Feels the Bern
by Kelly Groth
Senator Bernie Sanders is headed to CCSF to celebrate and speak about their free tuition program.
Senator Bernie Sanders is headed to CCSF to celebrate and speak about their free tuition program. more
Bernie Sanders heading to SF to speak on CCSF’s tuition
Examiner (09/16/2017)
Sep
16
Bay Bridge Traffic Closures This Weekend
by Kelly Groth
Traffic on the Bay Bridge will be impacted this weekend as the final remnants of the old Bridge are to be imploded.
Traffic on the Bay Bridge will be impacted this weekend as the final remnants of the old Bridge are to be imploded. more
Bay Bridge pier implosions to disrupt traffic
Chronicle (09/16/2017)
Sep
15
Box City Fire Leads SF to Remove Wooden Shelters
by Carrie McFadden
Early Thursday morning, after a fire destroyed one of the units in the homeless encampment called "Box City" after the wooden boxes that create makeshift homes, the SF Department of ... more
Early Thursday morning, after a fire destroyed one of the units in the homeless encampment called "Box City" after the wooden boxes that create makeshift homes, the SF Department of Public Works removed almost all of the boxes still standing.

Box City was erected last year and is not officially sanctioned by San Francisco. Box City residents say these locations are preferable to homeless shelters, which are crowded and can lead to violence or theft of personal possessions.  more
SF removes wooden shelters after explosion rocks ‘Box City’ homeless encampment
Examiner (09/14/2017)
Sep
15
Gun Stolen from Police Officer at Center of Murder Trial
by Carrie McFadden
Last month, a gun was stolen from a San Francisco Police Department officer's personal vehicle and used in a homicide. This is the second time in recent history that this has happene... more
Last month, a gun was stolen from a San Francisco Police Department officer's personal vehicle and used in a homicide. This is the second time in recent history that this has happened in San Francisco.

The three suspects in the murder pleaded not guilty yesterday. more
SF trio pleads not guilty to murder with a police officer’s stolen gun
Examiner (09/14/2017)
Sep
15
Rent Board Commissioner Hikes Rental Prices
by Carrie McFadden
Some residents of 285 Turk Street, whose landlord is SF Rent Board alternate landlord representative Neveo Mosser, have been levied with 70% rent hikes.

Mosser is the head of Mosser C... more
Some residents of 285 Turk Street, whose landlord is SF Rent Board alternate landlord representative Neveo Mosser, have been levied with 70% rent hikes.

Mosser is the head of Mosser Companies, which owns apartments, hotels, and other entities in the City. His term on the Rent Board is set to expire next year.  more
SF Rent Board commissioner threatens low
Examiner (09/15/2017)
Sep
15
Shapiro Event at Berkeley Sees Tightened Security
by Carrie McFadden
Controversial right-wing speaker Ben Shapiro took the stage in Berkeley last night under intense security. He is the first in a series of controversial speakers, also including Ann C... more
Controversial right-wing speaker Ben Shapiro took the stage in Berkeley last night under intense security. He is the first in a series of controversial speakers, also including Ann Coulter, Steve Bannon and Milo Yiannopoulos.

Protests were organized by Refuse Fascism, and were kept off campus by police. 
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Ben Shapiro takes stage at UC Berkeley under ‘extraordinary’ security
Chronicle (09/14/2017)
Sep
15
Transbay Park Inspired by Other Parks in SF, NY
by Carrie McFadden
The new Transbay Transit Center will have a much-talked about rooftop park, similar to Bryant Park in New York, and will be managed by the Transbay authority. 

The transit center is s... more
The new Transbay Transit Center will have a much-talked about rooftop park, similar to Bryant Park in New York, and will be managed by the Transbay authority. 

The transit center is scheduled to open next March. more
Transit hub park using sites in SF, New York as models
Chronicle (09/15/2017)
Sep
14
Dreamers keep on DREAMin!
by Lia Azul Salaverry
California legislative leaders aren't playing around when it comes to Trumpelstiltskin's awful policies on just about everything...and DACA is no exception. Leaders recently announce... more
California legislative leaders aren't playing around when it comes to Trumpelstiltskin's awful policies on just about everything...and DACA is no exception. Leaders recently announced $30 million in funding to support DACA recipients to help DREAMers rest easier in these dark times.  more
California leaders announce $30 million plan to help DACA recipients
Chronicle (09/14/2017)
Sep
14
Free speech battles continue at UC Berkeley over super-tight security
by Lia Azul Salaverry
UC Berkeley has a long history of free speech protests, but these days, protecting the public during these gatherings is getting expensive. At a cost of $1.5 million for law enforcem... more
UC Berkeley has a long history of free speech protests, but these days, protecting the public during these gatherings is getting expensive. At a cost of $1.5 million for law enforcement at UC Berkeley's last five rallies and demonstrations since Feb. 1, we gotta ask...is anarchy really so bad? more
UC Berkeley free speech in spotlight over super-tight security plans
Chronicle (09/14/2017)
Sep
14
Case tossed against Oakland cop accused in teen sex-abuse scandal
by Lia Azul Salaverry

An Alameda County judge tossed out criminal charges on Wednesday against a former Oakland police officer at the center of a police sex-abuse scandal. The former officer, Brian Bunton

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An Alameda County judge tossed out criminal charges on Wednesday against a former Oakland police officer at the center of a police sex-abuse scandal. The former officer, Brian Bunton, 41, was charged with obstruction of justice and engaging in prostitution stemming from his alleged encounters with the now 20-year-old Richmond woman formerly known as Celeste Guap. 

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Case tossed against Oakland cop accused in teen sex-abuse scandal
Chronicle (09/14/2017)
Sep
14
No glass containers and other new rules to keep Dolores Park litter-free
by Lia Azul Salaverry

Yuppies...you've done it again. You are dirty and drunk, and as a result, spoiled the fun for the rest of us. New ordinances are set to take place prohibiting glass bottles and new l

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Yuppies...you've done it again. You are dirty and drunk, and as a result, spoiled the fun for the rest of us. New ordinances are set to take place prohibiting glass bottles and new litter fines at Dolores Park. Is it really so hard to clean up after yourself? Apparently so. 

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SF to prohibit glass containers in public parks, litter fines stall for Dolores Park
Examiner (09/14/2017)