15th And California San Francisco, CA
Cars go very fast, over the speed limit, on California at this intersection. There is no stop sign and no street light. It is highly hazardous to pedestrians and cars trying to cross 15th ave.
644 Silver Avenue San Francisco, CA
There is no stop sign on Silver Avenue between Congdon and Cambridge. Traffic between the two stops reaches 40 mph in a 20 mph zone. Request stop sign at Silver and Gambier since there is already a bus stop there. Will be safer for bus passengers entering and exiting the bus. Will also help drivers who are trying to turn onto Silver from Gambier that can't see due to parked cars.
2791 16th Street San Francisco/ San Francisco, CA
My name is Eldon James Brown and I am a tenant of the All Star Hotel, 2791 16th Street, San Francisco, California, which is managed by the Tenderloin Housing Clinic.
On November 12, 2012, I addressed the Commission (SF Human Services Agency Commission) during the public comments session of a regular meeting, concerning numerous San Francisco Department of Building inspection Notices Of Violations which were unresolved. One of those NOV’s (# 201234101) had been unresolved for so long that an Order Of Abatement was issued (order # 104779-A) after a San Francisco Department of Building Inspection Code Enforcement Director’s Hearing. The Order Of Abatement remains unresolved as of the date of this letter yet, your Commission continues to award grant modifications as though the property is without serious violation.
An unresolved Order Of Abatement renders a property a “public nuisance” and in this particular case, directly relates to the structural integrity of the building itself. In general, the NOV for which the Order was issued requires a “design professional”, more commonly known as an Architect or Civil Engineer, to evaluate the building and submit a report. The NOV (# 201234101) was issued on June 4th, 2012, the Order Of Abatement was issued on October 23rd, 2012 (4 months and 19 days later) and remains in effect as of today (1 year, 6months and 9 days total). There are three additional Notices Of Violation that remain, all of them predating the aforementioned. They are as follows;
NOV complaint # 201297793 filed on 02/24/2012 - currently in Code Enforcement
NOV complaint # 201277361 filed on 11/15/2012
NOV complaint # 201262063 filed on 09/04/2012 - currently in Code Enforcement
As I understand the contract to read between SFHSA and the Tenderloin Housing Clinic, a breach of that contract has occured when a property is non-compliant with city and state building codes.
After complaining about the substandard conditions of the building to the Commission on November 15, 2012, during the public comments section of a regular meeting, the Commission members refused to second (approve) Tenderloin Housing Clinic’s grant modification. Ms. Yolanda Calloway (accompanied by others) immediately performed a “physical site visit” after the November meeting adjourned, in my absence. The very next commission meeting on December 20th, 2012 the Tenderloin Housing Clinic was approved for a grant modification with an additional sum in the amount of $100,000, presumably to effect repairs. This was done without any mention of the building code violations plaguing the All Star Hotel (to my knowledge), nor were they detailed in any of the supporting documentation. I did not attend the December 20th meeting as it was not posted online prior to the meeting being held, nor was a December 2012 meeting agenda physically posted outside of the Ronald H. Born Auditorium as is usually done. This was a violation of the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance.
Nearly one year later the property is still under an Order Of Abatement with open NOV’s.
The original grant modification in the amount of $153,415 should not have been awarded while in serious breach of contract, nor the eventual amount of $ 260,000.
In my opinion, these actions in total constitute the elements of conspiracy, grant fraud and criminal fraud by both the Tenderloin Housing Clinic as well as the San Fransisco Human Services Commission. I, as both a tenant of the All Star Hotel and as a resident of the City and County of San Francisco, would like to know what you intend to do to either compel the ordered repairs or in the alternative, recover fraudulently obtained public funds.
I again spoke at the Commission regarding this on December 19th, 2013 http://www.sfhsa.org/4650.htm
- Acknowledged by: San Francisco City Attorney's Office (Up2Code)
2955 22nd St San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
This stuff goes up for about two weeks, then the owner paints over it. Someone needs to help him keep up with the gangsters. They won't come back if he paints over it daily. I say the city subsidize the cost of the paint.
Market St & 3rd St San Francisco, CA
Traffic calming & ticketing needed. Repeated traffic violations at downtown intersections, stoplight after stoplight, result in traffic jams, gridlock, and incessant traffic noise due to honking: obstructing an intersection, illegal turns, etc. New York City has resolved this with "Don't Block The Box Campaign"--clearly striping intersections, and heavily fining those who flout the law, resulting in jams that disrupt traffic flow for all. Video cameras can auto-ticket offenders. Post signs to warn drivers that violations will be enforced. **Don't proceed into an intersection unless you can pass completely through.**
This happens on a daily/hourly/minute-by-minute basis during rush hours at downtown SF intersections along Kearny, Montgomery, Sansome, 2nd St, New Montgomery, Market, etc. Balancing the city budget with ticketing here could be easier than shooting fish in a barrel.
--In this photo, traffic predictably blocks Kearny/3rd Street crossing Market St through a red light; note the driver making the illegal left (on a red light) across Market onto 3rd Street as well.
Central Fwy San Francisco, California
Local youth skaters & homeless + bike theft operation blocking Stevenson St. spillover from skate park. Playing law breaking loud music & blocking sidewalk.
52-56 San Francisco Bicycle Route 2 Golden Gate National Recreation Area, San Francisco, CA 94129, USA
Burly guy comes to planet granite in the presidio and CLIMBS in the gym, works out-- and yet he has a disabled permit on his car-- am I missing something?
1 Potrero Ave San Francisco, CA
Some years ago, Potrero Avenue was repaved along its entire length. In a monumental case of poor planning, shortly thereafter PG&E ripped up the new pavement and replaced the gas lines along the entire length of the road. This destroyed the bike lanes' integrity along both sides. (Most noticeable between 16th and 24th Streets.) Currently they are rideable only with great annoyance and difficulty. (I have many broken spokes to prove it.)