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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Community Work Party in Support of St. Paul's Tabernacle Church

From the event's Facebook page,
The inside of St. Paul's Tabernacle Baptist Church 
is tagged with "666," among other things, 
after vandals ransacked the church (via KTVU)
Last Thursday the The St. Paul's Tabernacle Church, located on the 1700 block of Oakdale Avenue in the Bayview, was broken in to in the middle of the night, and the vandals spray painted the walls, smashed mirrors, and poured bleach all over the pews. We just visited the church and met with some of the awesome members including Bishop Valentine, Jimmy the secretary and Deacon Osborne and a work party is in order! 
Please help to support this community church and to let everyone know that racism and senseless acts of violence like this will NOT BE TOLERATED in our community. We will be painting the interior walls of the church- all materials and lunch will be provided- please just bring yourself, any friends you like, and some work clothes.  
We will also be hosting an informal fundraiser at Butchertown Gourmet this Friday evening. Come check out this great new Bayview business, meet neighbors, eat amazing pizza, drink incredible wine and see Earl Thomas, who will be collecting donations for repairs- any amount helps.  
Here is more info on this disgusting attack:

Monday, August 17, 2015

Bike to the Ballpark

On August 27th, SF Parks Alliance is doing a special Bike to the Ballpark event. They would like to take residents of Bayview on a bike tour of the Blue Greenway and then to a Giants game. The event is free and they would like to encourage families to come. Tour attendees must bring their own bicycle, helmet and be able to bike 3 miles.

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Palou Jennings Plaza Project OCII Meeting

DPW will be presenting a proposal at the next Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) Commission meeting for a plaza project on Palou at Jennings. The meeting will begin at 1:00pm on August 18th at City Hall, in Room 416.  The plaza is the last item on the agenda and they recommend you arrive by 1:30 pm.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

SFBC: Frisco Biking

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition promotes biking for everyday transportation across our beautiful city. The success of that work depends on building lasting coalitions that are responsive to our members and the needs of our neighborhoods. 
As more people bike, and interest in biking explodes, we rely on this model throughout the city, including the areas where building safer streets for locals has been an afterthought for policymakers. Bayview-Hunters Point is one such area.
Read more about what the SFBC has been advocating for in the Bayview.

Thursday, July 9, 2015