Archive for the ‘SFT News’ Category

Error in newsletter

February 20th, 2017 No Comments »

An error was made in SF Tomorrow’s most recent newsletter (Issue 374, Jan/Feb 2017). The article “NAP EIR approved” incorrectly stated the position of SF Tomorrow and the Sierra Club.  Both organizations oppose the inclusion of the Sharp Park golf […]

Rebuild Local Communities

January 27th, 2017 No Comments »

By Barbara Lee and Denise D’Anne Those of us who are concerned about global warming should not shop at Amazon. Amazon packaging includes the cutting of countless trees, the use of oil to ship, manufacture plastic and bubble wrap.  Most […]

Princess Leias lead the way

January 24th, 2017 No Comments »

Examiner Op-Ed By Jon Golinger on January 24, 2017 The Women’s Marches across America were so inspiring because they were so authentic, organized and attended by regular people, motivated to act by equal parts fear and hope. I saw so many friends […]

Holiday Party is December 14th!

December 2nd, 2016 No Comments »

San Francisco Tomorrow’s 2016 Holiday Party is coming up Wednesday, December 14.  As always, we’ll have lots of local politicians and journalists to socialize with, as well as folks from many of your favorite NGOs and city departments. To RSVP, […]

Our November 2016 endorsements

October 8th, 2016 No Comments »

Local Candidates SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 1: Sandra Lee Fewer SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 3: Aaron Peskin SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 5: Dean Preston SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 7: Norman Yee SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 9: Hillary Ronen SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 11: Kimberly Alvarenga STATE SENATE DISTRICT 11: Jane Kim BART […]

Local Props S, T, W, and RR

October 6th, 2016 No Comments »

Prop S – YES. Allocation of Hotel Tax Funds – Ordinance San Francisco’s Hotel Tax was originally created in 1961 to support the city’s arts industries and the construction & operation of convention facilities. In the 1970s, funds from the […]

City Props O, Q and R

October 6th, 2016 No Comments »

Prop O – NO. Office Development in Candlestick Point and Hunters Point – Ordinance Prop O would remove Hunters Point Shipyard from the 1986 Proposition M citywide limitations on office development. The proponent (the developer) argues that progress on the […]

City Props H, L, and M

October 5th, 2016 No Comments »

Prop H – YES. Public Advocate – Charter Amendment The city does not currently have an entity that oversees how city departments interact with the public. The Controller’s office operates the whistleblower program, and the OCC investigates charges of police […]

City Props B, C, D and E

October 5th, 2016 No Comments »

Prop B – YES. City College Parcel Tax Raises the amount CCSF gets in annual parcel tax from $79 to $99. They’ve received lots of money already but they need more to ensure they pass the final do-or-die shutdown test […]

Recycle or Not To Recycle

June 15th, 2016 No Comments »

When I worked for the San Francisco Department of Social Services my boss suggested I go to a seminar on recycling. At the seminar, I mentioned to a man I was having coffee with that this kind of event would […]