Your District Five Blog has the deets on today’s events for the victims of the big fire in the Western Addition on December 22, 2011.
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Today’s Fundraisers for the Victims of the Big Fire in the Western Addition from The Sisters and the AAACCSaturday, December 24th, 2011
Public Defender Jeff Adachi was nowhere to be seen this AM during the big Yes on C, No on D campaign kickoff in the Western A today.
Warren Hellman (who used to be on the other side) and the Wronglers provided music. (Believe it or not, this is Warren’s most understated Star of David getup.)
Supervisor Carmen Chu, seen just behind Mayor Ed Lee, could hardly contain her enthusiasm – there was no place in the world she would have preferred to have been than right here, obviously:
Also via Steve Rhodes
A few deets:
“SAN FRANCISCO, September 23, 2011“Yes on C, No On D” pension-reform campaign will hold its campaign kickoff. Warren Hellman’s “old time” band, the Wronglers, will provide entertainment.
WHAT: Yes on C, No on D Campaign Kickoff
WHO: Mayor Ed Lee, Supervisor John Avalos, business and labor leaders
ENTERTAINMENT: The Wronglers
WHEN: Saturday, September 24, 10:30 AM
WHERE: African American Art and Cultural Complex, 762 Fulton St. (@Webster), San Francisco”
OMG, Here’s Your New S.F. Condo for $150k! It’s “Fillmore Park” (nee 1345 Turk) – Available Fall 2011Wednesday, May 11th, 2011
Don’t miss the May 14th, 2011 Informational Workshop:
Contact: Linda Harrison, Fillmore Park Sales & Marketing Team
Saturday May 14, 2011 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT
African American Cultural Center
762 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
See you there! Deets below.
Cahill Contractors is still working on it, under the pouring sun yesterday:
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All the deets, as of last year:
How would you like to become landed gentry for less than what you’re paying to rent a studio in the Tenderloin? Well, then get on over to 1345 Turk.com, where it’ll soon be on like Donkey Kong.
Imagine living right near all the those new nightlife spots on Fillmore – and you’d be less than 400 yards from Alamo Square and the Painted Ladies.
There might be a lottery involved, but you can’t win if you don’t play…
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Be sure to invite me over for a BBQ after you get settled in!
And just look at the artwork they have! I call this crop “Andre the Giant walks to his red SAAB 900”
1345 Turk Street offers thirty-two affordable new homes for first-time homebuyers, specifically working families and individuals earning between 70 and 100% of Area Medium Income.
Flats and townhouses with outdoor patios ring a private landscaped courtyard, creating a quiet community just a block from the bustling Fillmore District and walking distance to shopping, entertainment and transportation.
The project is part of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency’s Limited Equity Program, which seeks to increase affordable homeownership opportunities for San Franciscans.
1345 TURK STREET PROPOSED PROJECT SCHEDULE
Project Awarded to MSPDI April 2007
Community Design Presentation December 2007 – January 2008
Approval of Schematic Design by Redevelopment Agency Commission February 2008
Design Development and Construction Documents Begin Summer 2009
Conditional Use Granted by Planning Department January 2010
Design Completes February 2010
Developer Enters into a Development and Disposition Agreement
with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency February 2010
Project Bidding and Permitting March 2010
Neighborhood Construction Job Outreach Begins June 2010
Construction Starts July 2010
Project Information Workshops Summer 2010- Spring 2011
Project Outreach to Certificate Holders Spring – Summer 2010
Buyer Preparation and Homeownership Workshops Summer 2010- Spring 2011
Buyer Lottery Summer 2011
Construction Completes December 2011
Project Move-In January – March 2012
African American Art & Culture Complex Gets $50K for Youth Program Improvement and Capacity Expansion InitiativeFriday, December 10th, 2010
Wasn’t there to see it but this was the scene on Fulton Street at the African American Art & Culture Complex yesterday.
Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi and the AAACC crew with a large check from AT&T:
All the deets:
“AT&T GIVES $50,000 FOR YOUTH ARTS PROGRAMMING AT THE AFRICAN AMERICAN ART & CULTURE COMPLEX
SAN FRANCISCO – On December 9, 2010, AT&T will present the African American Art & Culture Complex (AAACC) with a $50,000 contribution to support its free arts programming for youth primarily residing in San Francisco’s Western Addition Community. The contribution will fund the “Youth Program Improvement and Capacity Expansion Initiative” that includes computer software upgrades, equipment enhancement, and the attainment and retention of quality instructors. There will be a small ceremony at the African American Art & Culture Complex, 762 Fulton Street, on December 9th at 12:30pm.
“I am truly excited that AT&T is honoring the African American Art & Culture Complex with this contribution. This institution serves not just as an arts space, but a safe space for youth in the Western Addition community, to express their artistic talents through visual and performing arts,” said Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi.
The Youth Program Improvement and Capacity Expansion Initiative will enhance art and technology classes in the recording studio including audio engineering, film production and graphic art. The classes will serve youth in the general after school program for ages 7-12 and a specialized teen program for ages 14-18.
“At AT&T, we are committed to making a real difference in the communities where we live and work, especially by supporting innovative programs that inspire and enrich the community as a whole,” said Tedi Vriheas, AT&T External Affairs Manager. “That’s why we’re proud to salute the African American Art & Culture Complex and the great work they are doing to provide art and cultural programming that enriches the Western Addition and entire San Francisco community.”
“With the loss of visual and performing arts classes in our public schools, it is more important than ever that we provide other opportunities for children to experience the arts and we want to thank AT&T for recognizing the importance of the arts in the lives of children,” said AAACC Board President Naomi Kelly.
About the African American Art & Culture Complex
Since 1989, the African American Art & Culture Complex has empowered youth, promoted the work of emerging local artists, and served as a vital resource to residents and visitors. The AAACC fosters commitment to service and activism through Afro-centric artistic and cultural performance, exhibition and programming.
WHAT: Presentation of $50,000 contribution
WHEN: Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 12:30 p.m.
WHERE: 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco
PARTICIPANTS: Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi
AAACC Executive Director London Breed
AAACC Board President Naomi Kelly
AT&T External Affairs Manager Tedi Vriheas