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You are invited: Come to the quarterly meeting of the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association on Monday August 7th. Find out what is happening in Sunnyside — hear from city officials and ask your questions — meet your neighbors in person — become a member of your neighborhood association.

Time and place: Monday August 7th, 2017, 7-8:30 pm, at St Finn Barr Auditorium (415 Edna Street at Hearst Ave).

What’s on the agenda:

  • James Shahamiri from SFMTA will speak about the implications of Monterey’s designation as a high injury corridor and answer your questions
  • Latest news about the Balboa Reservoir Project.
  • Captain McFadden from Ingleside Police Station on safety/crime and to answer your questions.
  • Erica Maybaum from Supervisor Norman Yee’s office with update on local issues and to answer your questions.
  • “Greenstorming” session with our members: how can we plan and work to improve Sunnyside’s outdoor spaces? Bring your ideas.
  • Also in the works are updates on Safeway renovation and Sunnyside Park.

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Public comments in response to the presentation of the three competing Balboa Reservoir development project are now available online, at the Balboa Reservoir Community Portal. A summary has yet to be posted.

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Source: SF Examiner: http://www.sfexaminer.com/free-tuition-helps-ccsf-project-first-enrollment-growth-years

Free tuition helps CCSF project first enrollment growth in years

Fall enrollment for City College of San Francisco is up 17 percent from last year. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

Fall enrollment for City College of San Francisco is up 17 percent from last year. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

By  on July 19, 2017 1:00 am

Free tuition already appears to be paying off for City College of San Francisco, where early signs indicate that student enrollment may grow for the first time in the fall semester since 2008, the San Francisco Examiner has learned.

Student enrollment for the first tuition-free semester at the college this fall is up 17 percent compared to this time last year, according to college data from July 5. Enrollment in credit courses, which city officials have funded for San Francisco residents, has grown 25.5 percent.        (more…)

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Dept of Public Works released their list of streets slated for “microsurfacing” repaving in the next few months. The only block to be affected in Sunnyside is Gennessee St between Monterey and Joost. More information here: http://www.sfpublicworks.org/project/micro-surfacing-pavement-preservation-program

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Here is a recent article published in Beyond Chron about the Balboa Reservoir Project proposals, advocating maximizing the total number of housing units.

“Will SF Go Big” : http://www.beyondchron.org/will-sf-go-big/

And a reply Letter to the Editor: http://www.beyondchron.org/to-the-editor-246/

The actual proposals themselves are available online to public viewing here: http://sfwater.org/balboa/proposals      (more…)

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Dust, noise, and street blockage — the sewer replacement project affecting Sunnyside streets right now is an inconvenience for many residents, prompting complaints posted on NextDoor. Why is the work being done? When asked about it, Jean Walsh, the contact for the project at SFPUC, had this to say about it:

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300 block of Hearst Ave. Several other blocks are effected.

This project is to expand the capacity of the sewers in the area in order to reduce flooding. The project is scheduled to take place May 2017 through approximately November 2017.

I am planning to get the most updated schedule for each affected street and post to Nextdoor next week. In the meantime, here is a bit more information:

The project consists of the following:

1. Sewer capacity improvements:

  • Constructing an auxiliary sewer along Foerster Street (from Hearst Avenue to Melrose Avenue)
  • Replacing the existing 8” sewer with a 12” sewer along Mangels Avenue (from Foerster Street to Detroit Street)
  • Replacing the existing 8” sewer with 24” to 27” sewer along Hearst Avenue (from Edna Street to Detroit Street)
  • Replacing the existing 15” sewer with 30” sewer along Detroit Street (from Hearst Avenue to Flood Avenue)

2. Surface drainage improvements at 2 intersections on Foerster Street (@Joost Avenue and @Mangels Avenue)

  • Constructing 2 raised crosswalks to reduce surface flows that cross Foerster Street
  • Installing associated curb ramps to maintain pedestrian and ADA accessibility
  • Installing catch basins to improve surface drainage

3. Paving restoration following the construction of sewer and drainage improvements.

Jean Marie Walsh
Communications Manager
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
525 Golden Gate Ave. 12th Floor
(415) 554-3289
jwalsh@sfwater.org

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The officers of Sunnyside Neighborhood Association enthusiastically encourage all Sunnyside residents to review the proposals for the Balboa Reservoir site and submit your own comments. Link for viewing and comment below. More about Balboa Reservoir Project at tab at top of this page.

From SF Planning.

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Thank you to everyone who has participated in the meetings and the online review of Balboa Reservoir proposals over the last two weeks. This is just a reminder that period for commenting on the developer proposals ends on June 25th, 2017

The video of Saturday’s presentations, printed proposals, and comment forms are all available at http://sfwater.org/balboa/proposals.

Direct links to comment in: English | Filipino | Español | 中文



中文詢問請電: (415) 575-9010
Para información en Español llamar al: (415) 575-9010
Para sa impormasyon sa Tagalog tumawag sa: (415) 575-9121

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