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Accessory dwelling units approved at 1100 Fulton Street

Back in June, the San Francisco Historic Preservation Commission issued a Certificate of Appropriateness for the plans to convert garages into accessory dwelling units (ADUs) at 1100 Fulton Street.  The plans call for the installation of three ground-floor units, replacing vacant garage spaces.  The units would fall under San Francisco’s rent control laws, since the […]

Alamo Square Board of Directors 2019

The Alamo Square Neighborhood Association is opening up nominations for the 2019 ASNA Board of Directors!  In order to serve on our board, you must be a member of ASNA. Please read our bylaws. Fill out the nomination survey below by 11/01/2018: https://goo.gl/forms/KJZQDYjYelv706BQ2 Our ASNA Board of Directors meets four times per year, and we […]

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Bark the Vote – Saturday, October 20, 2018

BARK THE VOTE Saturday, October 20, 2018 10AM – 2PM Bark the Vote Rally!  Bring your dog and join the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence for a free, fun, dog-themed, get-out-the-vote rally for the November 6 elections! Activities include: Special guest speakers, a Dog for President Contest, a Dog Costume Contest, Voter Registrations, low-cost microchipping from SF/ACC, dogs available […]

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CorePower Yoga gets approval on Divisadero

The Planning Commission last month had voted 4-3 with intent to disapprove CorePower Yoga on Divisadero, but the hearing had been continued, and then continued again. The continuance hearing was held on Thursday, October 11, 2018.  Despite the organized community opposition, and letters of opposition from Divisadero Merchants Association and ASNA, Commissioner Joel Koppel flipped his […]

Divisadero – NCT and Housing Meeting

Divisadero – NCT and Housing Meeting Thursday October 18 | 7pm to 8:30pm Third Baptist Church – Lower Meeting Room Enter from parking lot on McAllister Join D5 Supervisor Vallie Brown and representatives from the San Francisco Planning Department and the Office of Workforce and Economic Development on Thursday October 18, 2018 for a presentation […]

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Fillmore Street Sewer Replacement, Turk to McAllister

Scheduled: October 15-December. San Francisco Public Works has contracted with Precision Engineering to replace the sewer main and some side sewer laterals on Fillmore Street from Turk Street to McAllister Street as part of the As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement No. 6 project (contract. No. 2631J/WW-621). Muni service will not be rerouted during upcoming sewer work […]

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Park Volunteer Day Saturday, October 6, 2018

Thanks to everyone who volunteered their time and energy at Alamo Square Park at the last Saturday morning volunteer day! Because of your work, the flower beds that flank the Scott/Hayes corner entrance are newly mulched, the small flower bed near the playground is free of weeds, and large areas of lawn cleared of litter. The next volunteer day at […]

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Maxine Hall Health Center Relocation Project

Maxine Hall Health Center has plans to temporarily relocate to Golden Gate and Steiner Street Mini Park, which is four blocks from the current location, for a capital improvement project. This project, which is part of the 2016 Public Health and Safety Bond, will improve the safety of Maxine Hall Health Center in case of an earthquake by […]