I thought most of the bikes in the flat, flat Mission District were fixies these days, but I guess not:
Here are the the latest photos of the recovered rides:
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Right here. (Cause, you know, the Mission District is San Francisco’s Capital of Bike Stealing.)
“New bicycle section on http://www.missionstation.org to track reported stolen and recovered stolen bicycles. Send us your feedback!”
But sadly, the Recovered Bicycle Database only has one entry right now – it’s a black Specialized road bike that I’m sure you’ll recognize in a second, if it’s yours.
“For Information: Inspector Pomatto #2071 Mission Investigations (415) 558-5400″
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OTOH, the Stolen Bicycle Database has eight entries currently. See?
Thanks, Captain Corrales!
Uptown Almanac‘s Kevin Montgomery is all steamed this AM about an Eli who had the popo shut down* our recent Four Loko party in Dolores Park.
Anyway, it seems that elements of SafeCleanGreen Mission Dolores might be at the meeting as well. Play nice. people:
“Dolores Park Works is organizing a community meeting to discuss safety, law enforcement and 19th & Dolores has been set. The big day is September 1st, from 6:00-8:00, at Mission High School cafeteria, which is located across from the tennis courts in Dolores Park (entrance to cafeteria off of Dolores & 18th).
We will be covering:
We will be hearing from:
This is your chance to hear how and why the signs were installed, how laws will be enforced, and plans for 19th & Dolores traffic calming. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. Please help us spread the word.”
*Wow. Circulation-cutting, tight-as-possible jeans are in again? Did not know that.