The Most Double-Parking on One Block I’ve Seen in the Western Addition – San Francisco Day School – A Parade of Luxury Cars

And when I say one block, sometimes this line of idling Lexus LX570’s, Toyota Land Bruisers, Mercedes Benzes, Audi wagons, Toyota Priuses, Tesla Model S’es, and all matter of Porsches! Porsches! Porsches! goes down Golden Gate Ave (not far from where Patty Hearst was held in a closet), up Central, and then starts snaking back along Turk:

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Oh well:

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For our appointed Mayor to go on and on about how double parkers slow his chauffeured trips about town, well, what’s his fix for this? His zero tolerance policy doesn’t appear to acknowledge daily reality, oh well.

IMO, narrow Central “Avenue” really isn’t an avenue, so this wagon train of nannies and parents would be better off simply staying on Golden Gate stretching to the horizon.

Isn’t SDS SFDS the richest school in the Western Addition with tuition for kinders costing like $30k+ per year? I think so.

Seems it could try harder…

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9 Responses to “The Most Double-Parking on One Block I’ve Seen in the Western Addition – San Francisco Day School – A Parade of Luxury Cars”

  1. Jamie says:

    This has been happening since 1989 – just catching wind of this, are we?

  2. Jamie says:

    And it’s SFDS, not SDS. 😉

  3. sfcitizen says:

    What I’m saying is that it’s worse now, and this is what I came across just a few days ago, and we have a Mayor out there who’s come out against double parking pretty strongly last year. I’m offering this rich school alternatives…

  4. Jamie says:

    Pop quiz: What business occupied those buildings before it was SFDS?

  5. sfcitizen says:

    I don’t know. Tell me!

  6. Jamie says:

    A mortuary! That’s a fact.

  7. Jamie says:

    Nannies gotta nan.

  8. sfcitizen says:

    I hear you, but SFDS has been pushing for lots of changes on Masonic. It’s own house is not in order, IMO

  9. sfcitizen says:

    Oh, that would make sense – and the cemeteries were across Masonic. I’ll look into it – muchas!

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