District 7 Candidate Forum in West Portal on Thursday 6/27

Mission Local is hosting a candidates forum for the District 7 Supervisor election coming up this November. The forum will be held at “BookShop West Portal” next Thursday the 27th from 7pm-8pm. All the details and RSVP information is here: Mission Local Presents: District 7 candidate forum Tickets, Thu, Jun 27, 2024 at 7:00 PM | Eventbrite

Hear from the candidates vying to represent you on the Board of Supervisors!

Independent nonprofit newsroom Mission Local invites District 7 residents to a candidate forum with Myrna Melgar, Stephen Martin-Pinto and Matthew Boschetto.

Mission Local reporter Kelly Waldron, who has been covering the District 7 race, will moderate.

Free and open to the public, but please reserve a ticket as space is limited.

Mission Local is covering this year’s elections for all six races for seats on the Board of Supervisors. As part of our reporting, we ask each candidate a weekly question and publish their responses in our series “Meet the Candidates.”

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June 14th Wine Walk

The West Portal Merchants are once again hosting a neighborhood Wine Walk. It’ll be this coming Friday the 14th from 5pm – 8pm. Tickets are $40, and that price includes a commemorative glass, and multiple wine tastings curated by Unwine’d. See the flyer below for a QR code to purchase tickets in advance. You can also purchase tickets in person at Armstrong Carpet in the 3rd block at 369 West Portal Avenue.

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Vote now on projects that you believe in

Polls are open for the 2024 District 7 Participatory Budgeting process. Participatory Budgeting (PB) is a democratic process in which community members propose projects and collectively decide how to spend part of a public budget.

This year there are two community driven proposals for improvements right here in West Portal. This includes a proposal to create a series of murals in West Portal (proposal #5), and one to repair a fence on public land at Edgehill Mountain (proposal #13 – see details below).

Vote here: San Francisco District 7 Participatory Budgeting for 2024

Fence Repair on Edgehill Mountain (proposal #13)

Greetings, GWPNA Members and Friends!  We need your votes!

As you may have heard, City funds are being distributed to the districts to pay for projects that the residents of each district feel are important.  We are your neighbors on Edgehill Way, and we have submitted a proposal to fund the replacement of a wrought-iron fence at the hilltop overlook site.  If you’ve walked up Edgehill, you’ll be familiar with the place where you can look across to Mt. Davidson and out to the East to the Bay, Oakland and Berkeley.  Down below is a sheer cliff, topped by a wall and the iron fence installed by the City after a landslide about 25 years ago.  The fence is designed to provide safety to the walkers, whose numbers have increased in recent years.  Unfortunately, the iron is rusting and has come loose, with some dangerous jagged edges.  It’s not safe and presents an attractive nuisance to kids who may try to climb on the wall.

May 30th is the first day of the 2-week voting period.  All residents of District 7 who are over 16 are eligible to vote, and you can vote for as many of the 15 proposals as you want.  Only those that receive 400 votes will be funded.  PLEASE VOTE FOR #13 EDGEHILL FENCE REPAIR!!

Edgehill Way Association

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SF Superior Court launches newsletter

The SF County Superior Court is offering a quarterly newsletter by email. The SF Court Report provides updates on the Court’s access to justice priorities, community outreach, and news about our judicial officers and employees.

SF Court Report will bring court updates directly to your inbox. You may easily subscribe below using the QR code. The Court will not share your email address and you can opt out at any time. It is described as providing information on the ever-evolving justice efficiencies and innovations, and other news about judges and employees.

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