That’s what they’re saying, anyway. We’ll see how it goes.
In the meantime, how about www.FixGoldenGate.org as a potential URL/social movement? I’m sure the rich parents of the San Francisco Day School (tuition = $20-something thousand per year, per student) would want to have somebody to do something about enforcing traffic rules, or something.
Double-parked luxo SUVs parked on Golden Gate near Masonic, a daily occurrence:
Anyway, here’s the meeting.
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