First up comes the Reverend Billy, who plans to “exorcise” Proposition L today en La Mission. (Now, “Wheezy” wants me back at the Help Center so I can’t go, but this event should prove amusing.) Deets after the jump.
Next up, comes The BookSmith‘s Praveen Madan, who doesn’t like the sit / lie.
And here’s Scott James, who points out that “Without Cash, Sit/Lie Won’t Share Santa Cruz Program’s Success.”
And finally, let’s a take a look at a pro-Prop L rally from a while ago – it was held at FTC Skate Boarding, a close of neighbor of the aforementioned BookSmith book sto’.
This was the scene on Haight Street, with these people voicing opposition to L:
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And here’s FTC owner Kent Uyehara a few door down, talking about why he’s supporting Civil Sidewalks, with SFPD Police Chief George Gascon in the background there:
Now I can’t tell you all the shenanigans planned for this rally by some of the anti-L people because I don’t know all the deets, but nothing occurred because FTC’s secured and ginormous backyard was the venue. See? Look, Michela Alioto-Pier was there:
And here’s Paul Henderson, of the office of District Attorney Kamala Harris:
And speaking of District 2, candidate for Supervisor Mark Farrell was on the scene as well:
You get to this private backyard via a tunnel between two buildings on Haight Street – it’s amazing. (Come the Revolution, this thing will become Peoples Park West, no doubt.) Note old-school bathtub:
And, oh, here’s District 4 Supervisor Carmen Chu carrying water for Civil Sidewalks in the Middle / “Outer” Sunset (The Midset!) on Irving in the rain yesterday:
So that’s your Prop L / Sit-Lie / Civil Sidewalks Update.
The Rev. Billy, and more from Carmen, after the jump