Category Archives: development

Weiss statement at ARB hearing on 27 University

I want to thank the Board for its diligence, on this matter, and the preceding item (on Newell Street Bridge , where residents decried the plans for a new bridge design five times bigger in “footprint” than the existing bridge, … Continue reading

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Julian Davis, Gunn graduate, making waves in SF’s liberal D5 race

Before or after the Giants World Series Victory Parade (!!!), I hope to swing by 609 Haight Street at Steiner, the campaign headquarters of Julian Davis, a 33-year old Gunn and Brown grad running for Supervisor, in District 5 in … Continue reading

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Did Arrillaga and city staff cop from Weiss activism on 456?

Here is another insight into 27 University “Arrillaga Office Towers Proposal” and how it compares to 456 University, the Varsity Theatre, about which I was plenty active last fall, suggesting that local leadership could work with the landlord to let … Continue reading

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Ralph Nader’s Cubberley appearance and “The Seventeen Solutions”

I am reading a new Ralph Nader book “The Seventeen Solutions: Bold Ideas for our American Future”. I caught the first 30 minutes of his lecture at Cubberley Thursday, before sneaking out to make my own appearance at the Palo … Continue reading

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Weiss platform in 70 words

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Coming soon: my vetting of the Arrillaga office tower project staff report (27 University)

Something rotten in state of Denmark I mean 27 University, the Farm, and hamlet. Continue reading

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I know I’m not alone

I’m publishing here an alternate version of my 3-minute introductory remarks at the League of Women Voters-sponsored candidates forum held Sept. 15 at UUCPA. My girlfriend kindly re-wrote or co-wrote this version; you can see and hear what I actually … Continue reading

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