PHOTO: The Guardsman, City College of San Francisco

Top reviews for City College cuisine at Chef’s Table on campus

Did you know…in Sunnyside’s backyard you can find yourself fine food rating 4.5 stars on Yelp, at Chef’s Tale at the Pierre Coste Room. Weekdays from 11:15 AM to 12:30 PM.

Located in Smith Hall on the Ocean Campus of City College of San Francisco.

Yelp reviews: https://www.yelp.com/biz/the-chefs-table-at-the-pierre-coste-room-san-francisco

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Read an article about the culinary dept on KQED.org: https://www.kqed.org/bayareabites/71715/san-franciscos-culinary-scene-is-ripe-with-talent-from-city-college

Free workshops from SF Assessor at branch libraries

From the Office of San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu:

The Office of Assessor Carmen Chu and the SF Public Library will be presenting workshops around San Francisco in 2019.  The topic is Property Tax Savings for Families and Seniors.  We will cover how your property taxes are calculated and share tax savings that folks may be eligible for as homeowners in California.

2019 Library Workshop Series

Eureka Valley Branch Library
1 Jose Sarria Court, San Francisco, CA 94114
Tuesday, August 27, 2019
RSVP here

Merced Branch Library
155 Winston Drive, SF CA 94132
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
6:30 – 7:30 pm
RSVP here

Portola Branch Library
380 Bacon Street, San Francisco, CA 94134
Saturday, October 12, 2019
1:00 – 2:00 pm
RSVP here 
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SF Examiner: Update on City College bond measure

From SF Examiner. Source: https://www.sfexaminer.com/the-city/ccsf-preparing-to-ask-voters-for-bigger-bond-measure-to-pay-for-maintenance-new-construction/ 


CCSF preparing to ask voters for bigger bond measure to pay for maintenance, new construction

Performing arts center project included in measure could be scaled down

LAURA WAXMANN

Jun. 2, 2019 12:30 a.m.

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A proposed facilities bond to pay for much needed renovations at City College of San Francisco could be increased to $845 million and still pass at the ballot box, according to a recent poll conducted to gauge the success of a potential November ballot initiative.

But a new proposal to scale down the design of the long-planned Performing Arts and Education Center (PAEC) in an effort to spread the bond funds across multiple projects could meet with resistance from members of the City College community. Continue reading “SF Examiner: Update on City College bond measure”

Housing Resource Fair at City College

From Homeownership SF, Sat June 1 (11am-2:30pm) at City College of San Francisco. Read more and register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-san-francisco-housing-expo-tickets-58751141245


San Francisco’s Annual Housing Resource Fair
Support for renters, first time homebuyers, and current home owners

This FREE event will help you connect with free and low-cost housing resources.
Workshops | Individual Counseling | Housing Information
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SF Housing Expo Video
Looking to buy in SF?

  • Get information about affordable homeownership opportunities including Below Market Rate homes
  • Learn about city, state, and federal down payment assistance programs.
  • Find out about new SF developments, and join a bus tour to visit them.

Need Affordable Rental Housing? Need help with landlord issues? Facing Eviction?

  • Learn about affordable rental programs.
  • Understand your rights as a tenant.
  • Connect with legal resources and eviction prevention services.

Having trouble with your mortgage payments?  Continue reading “Housing Resource Fair at City College”

June 11: Earthquake Safety Fair

From the San Francisco Department of Building Inspection (DBI):

PROPERTY OWNERS INVITED TO DBI’S ANNUAL EARTHQUAKE SAFETY FAIR
“GET READY FOR THE BIG ONE!”
JUNE 11, 2019 AT 10AM – 4PM

WHAT: San Francisco residents, property and business owners are invited to the Department of Building Inspection’s (DBI) Annual Earthquake Safety Fair on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. This free public event will take place from 10am to 4pm at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, 99 Grove Street, just across from City Hall and easy walking distance from the Civic Center MUNI and BART lines.

Last year, DBI hosted over 80 exhibitors — ranging from contractors, design professionals, financial institutions, government agencies and community partners; provided five informative workshops about building, earthquake and accessible business storefronts; hands-on emergency trainings and brought over 600 attendees to learn and benefit from the all-day building safety event. Continue reading “June 11: Earthquake Safety Fair”

New signal equipment on Frida Kahlo Way

For everyone who has waited at red lights on Frida Kahlo Way when there are no cars crossing the intersection, this is good news: SFMTA’s Signal Shop workers have installed new equipment to replace the broken detectors (did they ever work?) which have meant inefficient and frustrating experiences for drivers over the last few years.

SFMTA’s Mark Dreger, who is heading up the Ocean Avenue Safety Project, met recently with members of the SNA Balboa Reservoir Committee, and got an earful about the miseries of Frida Kahlo Way. He got this feedback to the right people, and the problem was fixed this week. The system will be getting the kinks worked out initally.

Feedback about Frida Kahlo Way? Contact SNA at info@SunnysideAssociation.org and we’ll make sure you are heard.