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SUPERVISOR KATY TANG'S
SEPTEMBER 2016 NEWSLETTER

SUNSET | PARKSIDE
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Message from the Supervisor 
RESILIENT SUNSET REVEAL
We invite the community join us for the launch of two campaigns as part of our Resilient Sunset effort. Our office has been working with neighbors and community organizations to develop an emergency preparedness action plan specific to the Sunset District, called Resilient Sunset. Currently, committees comprised of residents and stakeholders have been working on four goals for the year.

These four goals include:
  • Resilient Sunset Plan: Develop Sunset emergency preparedness information booklet to be shared widely with District 4 residents.
  • Monthly Emergency Supply Campaign: Implement month-by-month emergency supply campaign with local stores, where residents can shop for suggested emergency preparedness items each month.
  • Neighborhood Supply Bins Pilot Program: Implement neighborhood supply bins pilot program, starting with NERT certified residents and SF SAFE participants who will receive bins to be filled with emergency supplies. 
  • Neighborhood Resiliency Resource Centers: Develop Neighborhood Resiliency Resource Centers throughout District 4, which will serve as resources during the event of emergencies.
We will be sharing the results of two of the campaigns – the Resilient Sunset Plan and the Monthly Emergency Supply Campaign – on Friday, September 16 at 10:00am on Noriega Street between 45th and 46th Avenues. We would like to thank all of the neighbors, nonprofits, and community stakeholders who assisted us in these two efforts.

We also encourage residents to sign up for free disaster preparedness training taught by the San Francisco Fire Department’s Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT). NERT training helps citizens develop multi-functional teams that are trained in basic emergency skills. Through this program, individuals learn how to prepare themselves and loved ones for a disaster while also creating a resilient community. Our staff members have all been NERT certified, and we encourage you to become certified as well.  The trainings will be held at Holy Name School (1560 40th Ave.) every Monday evening starting on October 17 from 6:30 – 10:30pm. The Training Course includes:
 
10/17 Session #1… Earthquake Awareness, Preparedness and Hazard Mitigation
10/24 Session #2… Basic Disaster Skills; Fire Extinguishers; Hazardous Materials; Utilities Shut-offs
11/7   Session #3… Disaster Medicine 11/14 6:30p-10:00p
11/14 Session #4…Light Search and Rescue
11/21 Session # 5... Team Organization and Management Terrorism & NERT
11/28 Session # 6... Hands-On Application Skills Development and Application
 
If you are interested in learning more about our Resilient Sunset effort, please contact our office at (415) 554-7460 or email Katy.Tang@sfgov.org.
SAVE THE DATE FOR FALL FESTIVALS
IN THE SUNSET DISTRICT
 
Autumn Moon Festival
Saturday, September 10th
10am – 3pm 
This year, the Annual Sunset District Autumn Moon Festival will be scaled down due to the Irving Streetscape Improvement Project. It will take place on Saturday, September 10th on the corner parking lot at 22nd Avenue and Irving Street, from 10:00am to 3:00pm. This holiday is a time to reflect upon the bounty of the summer harvest, the fullness of the moon, and the myth of the immortal moon Goddess, Chang-O. The Moon Festival is often considered a “Chinese Thanksgiving” because of its celebration of gratitude and inclusion of abundant food – including the popular moon cake. The Autumn Moon Festival will be a fun, family-friendly event where attendees will get a taste of the cultural diversity of the Sunset District through various performances. For more information, including how to volunteer, please visit the about the Sunset District Autumn Moon Festival website, or call our office at 415-554-7460.
22nd Annual Sunset Community Festival
Saturday, September 17th
10am – 3pm
In its 22nd year, the Sunset Community Festival is a great opportunity to spend time with your family, friends and neighbors. Stop by anytime from 10:00am to 3:00pm to meet neighbors, eat delicious food, and watch spectacular performances. The Festival will be held on Saturday, September 17th at West Sunset Playground, located on Ortega Street and 39th Avenue. This year, the Festival will again feature Sunset Mercantile, a festive pop-up, open air metropolis. For more information, please visit the Sunset Community Festival website, or contact our office at (415) 554-7460.
Owner Joe Dellert and his wife, Nancy Buffum (Photo: Fiona Lee/Hoodline)
UPCOMING DISCOVER YOUR DISTRICT (DYD) EVENT: 
FRAMING WORKSHOP WITH ARTISANS OF SAN FRANCISCO 

People often wonder how picture framing is done. With some straight forward instruction and access to professional equipment, quality framing can be easily achieved. If you have prints you would like to frame, such as travel keepsakes, cross-stitches, or posters to redecorate your home, please join this demo-style workshop with Joseph Dellert, the owner of the Artisan of San Francisco. This workshop is free, and the event will take place on Saturday, September 24th, from 10:30am – 12:00pm at 2549 Irving Street between 26th and 27th Avenue. Space is limited so register here today. 

Visit the Artisan of San Francisco at http://artisansofsf.com/
For more information on DYD events, visit: www.sfbos.org/DiscoverYourDistrict
MEET DISTRICT 4 YOUTH COMMISSIONER: JOSHUA PARK 
 
Joshua Park has been appointed by Supervisor Tang to serve as our District 4 Youth Commissioner for the 2016-2017 term. Josh formerly attended Alice Fong Yu Alternative School, and is currently a sophomore attending Lowell High School.  He has been working on important issues in the community for several years, beginning with a civic engagement project for his eighth grade class at Alice Fong Yu Alternative School. Since then he has become very civically engaged and is focused on providing our youth with a voice in city government.  He has spent the last year working on Vote 16SF, which is a ballot initiative that will give 16 and 17 year olds the ability to vote in city elections. As a Youth Commissioner, one of Joshua’s main priorities will be to assist Supervisor Tang's office in launching the District 4 Youth Council to develop well rounded, civically engaged youth in the Sunset.
 
DISTRICT 4 YOUTH COUNCIL RECRUITMENT APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2016
 
The goal of the District 4 Youth Council is to create opportunities for youth to share their ideas on how to address issues facing our community and San Francisco as a whole. Our youth offer valuable insights and ideas, and the District 4 Youth Council will shine a light on the priorities shared by the youth in our community. Our office will work closely with members of the Youth Council to ensure their ideas and priorities are given attention in our work at City Hall, and we will also connect youth with members of our community who are already engaged in this type of work.

In order to be accepted as a member of the District 4 Youth Council, applicants must meet the following requirements:
  • Live within the boundaries of District 4;
  • Be a student in a San Francisco middle school, high school or an undergraduate in college;
  • Attend at a minimum 4 community meetings in the Sunset District per year;
  • Volunteer at a minimum of 4 community events per year;
  • Meet together with fellow Youth Council members at least twice annually; and
  • Stay in regular contact with our office to discuss ideas.
Youth Council members will serve for one-year terms, which can be renewed annually. Applications are due on Friday, October 28, 2016 and
can be found on our website.

Please send completed applications to Ashley.summers@sfgov.org. Questions can be directed to our office by phone at (415) 554-7460 or by email to Ashley.summers@sfgov.org
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MONTHLY MUNI PASS FARES
INCREASE STARTING SEPTEMBER 1ST 
Monthly Muni pass fares increased on September 1st. The Adult “M” Pass, which is Muni only, increased from $70 to $73. The Adult “A” Pass, which includes Muni and Bart, increased from $83 to $86. The Youth (15-17), Senior (65+), People with Disabilities and Medicare Pass increased from $24 to $25. The Adult Lifeline Pass, for low-income, increased from $35 to $36. Children 4 and under will continue to ride for free. This fare increase was approved by the SFMTA Board of Directors as part of this fiscal year’s budget. Fares are determined by the SFMTA Automatic Fare Indexing Policy. For more information, please visit SFMTA’s website. 
 
CONSTITUENT SPOTLIGHT: KYLE TREFNY
By: Allison Eng, District 4 Intern

 
Kyle Trefny is a young District 4 resident with a passion for saving snow leopards, an endangered species of lynx-sized cats. Kyle’s interest was sparked when he received a picture book on snowbirds when he was 6 years old, and watched a documentary on snow leopards on Planet Earth. With the help of his parents, he started a website selling greeting cards and paintings featuring snow leopards that he created himself. His customers range from family and friends to strangers living in Wyoming and New York. He donates all of his proceeds to the Snow Leopard Conservancy, an organization headed by Dr. Rodney Jackson, one of the world’s leading experts on wild snow leopards. Kyle hopes to restart his website after showcasing his work through San Francisco Open Studios on October 29 and 30 at Three Fish Studios (4541 Irving Street). He will also be participating in World Snow Leopard Day on October 23rd at Oak Hill Farm in Glen Ellen. In the future, Kyle hopes to travel to the mountain ranges of Central and South Asia where snow leopards exist and see them indigenously. We thank Kyle for his work protecting snow leopards!
SAN FRANCISCO'S DEPARTMENT OF
CHILD SUPPORT SERVICES 
The San Francisco Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) has been working to help families provide economic and child support matters for over 30 years, and DCSS staff work to ensure that all children receive the care and support they need to be healthy and successful in life. DCSS can assist parents with location of parents, establishment of paternity and support obligations, child support debt repayment solutions, referral assistance for mediation services, and establishment of parenting time plans. Walk-in services are available at the following locations:
  • Main office: 617 Mission St., Mon-Fri, 8 am- 5pm
  • SF Superior Court: 400 McAllister St. room 423, Tues-Thurs, 9:30 am- 11 am, 1pm- 4pm
  • City College- Mission Campus, 1125 Valencia St., room 154, Mon, 9:30 am- 12 noon
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at (415) 356-2754. For more information, please visit the DCSS website.
PLAYLAND POLLINATOR EVENT:
SEPTEMBER 11TH

Join our office along with the SF Department of the Environment, SF Parks Alliance and Master Gardeners of San Francisco to celebrate the little things that make our gardens grow beautiful and bright – bees, butterflies, and all the other pollinators. Learn about how to make your garden or backyard more pollinator friendly directly from the experts. Activities include a pollinator costume contest and more than 15 educational activity stations including native seed ball making, honey tasting and a native plant and pollinator matching game. The Pollinator Fun Fair will take place on Sunday, September 11 from 10am to 2pm at Playland @ 43rd Avenue (between Judah & Irving). RSVP for the Pollinator Fun Fair online.
 
WORKSHOP  FOR TENANTS AND LANDLORDS IN SAN FRANCISCO: SEPTEMBER 26TH    

Are you a tenant who wants to learn more about your rights and obligations?  Are you a landlord that wants to learn more about your rights and responsibilities? Come to our workshop and have these questions answered by tenant/landlord attorneys and experts who can shed light on the rights and obligations of both tenants and landlords in San Francisco. Our office, in partnership with the San Francisco Rent Board, Small Property Owners of San Francisco Institute and San Francisco Apartment Association is hosting this workshop on Monday, September 26 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Grace Lutheran Church, located at 3201 Ulloa Street. Please enter the meeting room through the entrance on 33rd Avenue.
 
Take advantage of this great opportunity to better understand your rights and responsibilities as a tenant or a landlord in San Francisco. Two identical and simultaneous workshops will be offered in English and Cantonese.

This workshop will be free of charge to the public. For more information contact Ray Law at 415-554-7460 or ray.law@sfgov.org.

 
LAKE MERCED WEST PROJECT UPDATE
 
The Recreation and Park Department issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the lease and operation of Lake Merced West (520 John Muir Drive) in January of this year. The Department is hosting a public meeting to allow for an update on the process as well as a presentation from the leadership of Lake Merced Recreation LLC, the respondent to the RFP.  This is a good opportunity to learn more about their vision and ask them questions about their proposal.
 
The meeting details are as follows:
 
When: Thursday, September 15th
Time: 6pm
Where: Lake Merced Boathouse, 1 Harding road
 
More information, including the RFP, the response, and other supporting documents can be found on the Recreation and Park Department’s website.
RIDE WITH SUPERVISOR TANG DURING TRANSIT WEEK: SEPTEMBER 12 - 17
 
Join San Francisco Transit Riders and Supervisor Tang during Transit Week, September 12-17. Transit Week celebrates transit riders and operators, promotes positive transit culture, and encourages "More Smiles #OnBoardSF".  From Tuesday through Saturday, different activities will be taking place on and around scheduled Muni lines - a traveling photo booth, thank-yous for the drivers, Rider of the Day, and more! Sign up for updates on all the fun at sftransitriders.org.
MERCHANT SPOTLIGHT: HUNTER'S THREADS
 
A  small business with a big mission has opened up at 2124 Taraval Street. Hunter’s Threads sells used clothing for children and women, as well as new Hunter’s Threads merchandise, with a portion of sales going toward providing free physical, speech, and occupational therapy for children. Eventually, Hunter’s Threads would also like to provide music and art therapy. Hunter's Threads is building their big vision beginning with a brick and mortar in the Outer Sunset, but there is more to come!
 
Hunter’s Threads is a labor of love, and is named for the son of Michelle and Jody Scott. These San Francisco natives were blessed with the birth of their first child, Hunter, now 3 years old. Hunter also has a sister, Isla, who is 2 years old. Early in his life, Hunter was showing signs of developmental delays and his family spent a lot of their time seeking answers to the many questions they had about their son’s undiagnosed condition. Michelle and Jody’s urgent desire to find answers along with much dedication and persistence led them on a quest to help their son. After being constantly referred out to third party resources for evaluation, and a full year of back and forth, the Scott’s finally were able to get Hunter enrolled in speech, physical and occupational therapy.
 
Watching Hunter thrive and develop skills under the direction of the therapists impacted both Hunter and his parents. This very trying time brought Michelle to the realization that she wanted to give back to families like hers. The goal of Hunter’s Threads is to be a resource to parents that cannot afford therapy, to be an avenue for families to find play groups hosted by therapists, and also to build a community that advocates for kids who have developmental delays. In several short months Michelle made this dream a reality, and opened Hunter’s Threads on September 3rd. In addition to attracting customers in the Outer Sunset who have desired to have a place to purchase thrift and retail clothing, Hunter's Threads also wants to partner with other clinics, therapists, and small businesses that want to advocate for this brand. Come be part of the HT movement!
 
 Here’s how to get involved:
For families who would like to know more about gaining speech or occupational therapy for their children, please contact michelle@huntersthreads.com. In 2017, Hunter's Threads will start hosting play groups for up to 3 hours a week, taking in 10-12 kids a week. The play groups are hosted by speech and occupational therapists from Build, Learn, Thrive.
 
Hunter’s Threads
2124 Taraval Street (between 31st and 32nd Avenues)
San Francisco, CA 94116
Monday – Saturday 10am – 5pm

http://www.huntersthreads.com/
UPCOMING EVENTS
September 4, 11, 18, 25 | Sundays | 10:00am *Note: Yoga on September 11 will start at 9:00am
Community Yoga, BYOM (Bring Your Own Mat) @ Playland
Playland at 43rd Avenue | 1360 43rd Avenue and Judah Street
BYOM for some outdoor yoga at the newly opened Playland at 43rd Avenue. All classes are FREE and DROP IN. To confirm the dates, please visit Playland Facebook Page or Playland’s Instagram
September 7 | Wednesday | 6:30pm
Conflict Resolution Workshop
Ortega Library | 3223 Ortega Street and 39th Avenue
In this highly engaging and experiential workshop from CALEAD, learn how to use language in a way that de-escalates conflicts and high tension situations, while communicating your needs non-violently to others. Ideal for parents, teachers, and community leaders! For more events at the Ortega Library, visit the Ortega Library website.
September 8, 15, 22 and 29 | Thursdays | 4:30pm
Thursday Night Family Potluck @ Playland
Playland at 43rd Avenue | 1360 43rd Avenue and Judah Street
Please join Main Street Mamas & the Outer Sunset community for a potluck dinner to kick off Thursday Night Family Potlucks at Playland! Bring your picnic style dinner and enjoy building community among the play structures, skate park & gardens of Playland. They will have some push cars for toddlers and will maintain a lending library of books. The park closes at 7pm promptly - just in time for bath & bed! To confirm the dates, please visit Playland Facebook Page or Playland’s Instagram
September 10 | Saturday | 10:00am – 3:00pm
Sunset Autumn Moon Celebration
Walgreens Parking Lot | 22nd Ave and Irving Street
The Autumn Moon Celebration is a fun, family-friendly event where attendees will have a taste of the cultural diversity of the Sunset District.
For more information, call our office at (415) 554-7460 or visit our website.
September 10 | Saturday | 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Artisans of San Francisco’s Artist and Framer Meet Up
Artisans of San Francisco | 2549 Irving Street at 27th Avenue
Bring a piece of art to share and show. Visit with neighbors, artists and art lovers at The Artisans of San Francisco's new Outer Sunset location. Enjoy a drink and home-baked snacks. You may hang your artwork for the month! The monthly "Second Saturday" meetup brings together the creative community and the art-curious to add to the friendly social nature of our Sunset neighborhood. To RSVP, email artisans2u@gmail.com
September 11 | Sunday | 10:00am – 2:00pm
Pollinator Fun Fair @ Playland
Playland at 43rd Avenue | 1360 43rd Avenue and Judah Street
Help celebrate the little things that make our gardens grow beautiful and bright – bees, butterflies, and all of the other pollinators – with the San Francisco Department of the Environment! Learn about how to make your garden or backyard more pollinator friendly with lots of fun and free activities for families. To confirm the dates, please visit Playland Facebook Page or Playland’s Instagram
September 14 | Wednesday | 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Write Your Will Seminar
Parkside Library | 1200 Taraval Street
Stuart Bronstein, an estate planning and probate lawyer in San Francisco for more than 30 years, will help participants create fully functional wills. Bring a blue ink non erasable pen. Call 415-355-5770 to register. For more events at Parkside Library, visit the Parkside Library website.
September 15 | Thursday | 6:00pm
Lake Merced West Project Update
Lake Merced Boathouse | 1 Harding Road
The Recreation and Park Department issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the lease and operation of Lake Merced West (520 John Muir Drive) in January of this year. The Department is hosting a public meeting to allow for an update on the process. More information, including the RFP, the response, and other supporting documents can be found on the Recreation and Park Department’s website.
September 15 | Thursday | 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Small Business Workshop
Sunset Library | 1305 18th Avenue
This workshop will discuss issues you should consider before you start a business and information on startup business financing.  Entrepreneurs who are thinking about starting a business should attend this workshop. For more information or RSVP, please call 415-885-2743.
September 16 | Friday | 10:00am
Resilient Sunset Reveal
Noriega Street between 45th & 46th Avenues
We invite the community join us for the launch of two campaigns as part of our Resilient Sunset effort - the Resilient Sunset Plan and the Monthly Emergency Supply Campaign. For more information, contact our office at 415-554-7460.
September 17 | Saturday | 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunset Community Festival
West Sunset Playground | 3223 Ortega Street and 39th Avenue
Our office is excited to host the 22nd year of this festival, a family tradition on the west side of town. We will be partnering with Sunset Mercantile. For more information, to register for a booth, or to sponsor the event, call our office at (415) 554-7460 or visit the Sunset Community Festival website.
September 17 | Saturday | 9:00am – 1:00pm
Community Clean Team 
Meet at the Sunset Elementary School Parking Lot | 1920 41st Avenue
The Community Clean Team, in partnership with the Giant Sweep anti-litter campaign, needs your help to keep our city clean and green in 2016. Lunch will be served. Please wear closed-toed shoes and appropriate work clothes. Volunteers who show up that day will be assigned to various nearby cleaning efforts. To volunteer or get supplies for your own neighborhood project, please email volunteer@sfdpw.org or call (415) 641-2600. 
September 17 | Saturday | 8:00am – 12:00pm
Gigantic 3 Recycling Event
37th Avenue between Ortega Street and Pacheco Street (enter from Ortega)
Get rid of unwanted junk for FREE! Residents can drop off bulky items for landfill, recycling and composting. Appointments are necessary. Recology will also be giving away up to 5 gallons of compost for your garden. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Recology Sunset Scavenger at (415) 330-1300
September 17 | Saturday | 2:00pm
Garden Workshop: Fall Edible Gardening @ Playland
Playland at 43rd Avenue | 1360 43rd Avenue and Judah Street
Ben Eichorn of Grow Your Lunch is back for another garden workshop. Join him to learn about Fall Edible Gardening. What can you plant NOW that will be edible soon? What else should we do to take care of our gardens in the Fall? SEED SWAP after garden workshop. Share and Swap seeds with other gardeners for your Fall garden. To confirm the dates, please visit Playland Facebook Page or Playland’s Instagram
September 17 | Saturday | 3:00pm – 3:45pm (Session 1); 4:00 – 4:45 (Session 2)
Lego Engineering
Parkside Library | 1200 Taraval Street
Power up your engineering skills with tens of thousands of LEGOs®! Apply real-world concepts in physics and engineering through building motorized cars.  Build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment! Get creative building with LEGO. The library will provide all the pieces you'll need to create vehicles, robots, castles, and more. Participation is limited. For more events at Parkside Library, visit the Parkside Library website.
September 18 and 25 | Sundays | 9:00am
Boot Camp @ Playland
Playland at 43rd Avenue | 1360 43rd Avenue and Judah Street
Join a free Sunday morning rise and shine boot camp. Start your day by getting your blood flowing, muscles moving and energy flowing. The class will include a variety of cardio, core and strength exercises while using your body weight for a 50 minute total body workout. All levels welcome. For more information, visit the Playland Facebook Page or Playland’s Instagram
September 20 | Tuesday | 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Taraval Community Police Forum
Taraval Police Station Community Room | 2345 24th Avenue at Taraval Street
Learn about the latest crime updates and public safety issues from the San Francisco Police Department and express your concerns and questions about public safety in the Sunset District. This month, Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu will be guest speaking. For more information, visit the Taraval Police Station’s website.  
September 24 | Saturday | 10:30am – 12:00pm
Framing Workshop with Artisans of San Francisco
A Discover Your District (DYD) Event
Artisans of San Francisco | 2549 Irving Street
Learn how to frame everything from travel keepsakes to cross-stitches to posters to redecorate your home with Joseph Dellert, the owner of the Artisans of San Francisco. (Free; Limit 20). Register here or call (415) 554-7460 for more information. 
September 24 | Saturday | 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Arabic Dance with Heaven Mousalem
Parkside Library | 1200 Taraval Street
Arabic dance, also known as bellydance, balady, or raqs sharqi, is one of the oldest dance forms in the world. Bay Area based dancer Heaven Mousalem is thrilled to bring this exciting performance art to the SF Public Libraries, complete with colorful costume and traditional Arabic music. After the show, anyone who wishes to try out the moves will be invited to get up and join the fun. This is the perfect dance form for people of all ages and abilities. Come enjoy a beautiful art form and experience a unique culture. For more events at Parkside Library, visit the Parkside Library website.
September 25| Sunday | 10:00am – 3:00pm 
San Francisco Fire Department 150th Anniversary - Live Historical Exhibition
Fisherman’s Wharf
Bring the whole family down to check out antique fire apparatus, horse drawn fire engines, and much more family fun all along Fisherman’s Wharf. For more information, visit this website.
September 26| Monday | 6:30pm – 8:30pm 
Workshop for Tenants and Landlords in San Francisco
Grace Lutheran Church | 3201 Ulloa Street at 33rd Avenue
Take advantage of this great opportunity to better understand your rights and responsibilities as a tenant or a landlord in San Francisco. Two identical and simultaneous workshops will be offered in English and Cantonese. For more information contact Ray Law at 415-554-7460 or ray.law@sfgov.org.
September 27 | Tuesday | 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Outer Sunset Merchants and Professionals Association (OSMPA)
Guangdong Barbecue Tea House | 2191 Irving Street at 23rd Avenue

The OSMPA fosters the trade and industrial interests of its membership; promotes the advancement of the Irving Street District; and provides a place for the open exchange of ideas, discussions and adoption of methods and policies for the good of the neighborhood and its members. For more information, contact Bill Barnickel at veteranbill@gmail.com
September 29 | Thursday | 6:00pm
7-11 Judah Community Open House
7-11 | 1388 46th Avenue and Judah Street
Meet new owner Harry Brar at his 7-11 store at the corner of Judah Street and 46th Avenue. Learn more about how Harry and 7-11 are working together to improve the store and the area for customers and our residents. For more information, contact our office at (415) 554-7460
A PHOTO RECAP OF AUGUST 
FOR A FULL PHOTO RECAP OF AUGUST, CLICK HERE!
Mayor Ed Lee signing the 2016-2017 City budget
Visiting the Garden Project where young SF citizens are
learning how to cultivate their own food.
Launching the Home Match Program with the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development and the Department of Aging and Adult Services.
Celebrating a new class of San Francisco Police Department Academy recruits at Taraval Police Station.
Paid for by Katy Tang for Supervisor 2014
Financial disclosures are available at www.sfethics.org 

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Supervisor Katy Tang
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244
San Francisco, CA
94102

(415) 554-7460
Katy.Tang@sfgov.org 

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