I think it’s the hat what does it.
Let’s see here, what does the CCCBD do with the tax* money levied on local bidness and institutions?
Oh look, it’s a Community Ambassador narcing to the SFPD:
Boy, I’ll bet the local street toughs will never ever notice this kind of thing:
Let’s see, what else. Oh look, it’s Our Dear Leader at some North Korean-style photo op posted on the CCCBD FB.
And check it, the map of so-called Civic Center is a perfect giant arrow pointed down. How apropo! Did corrupt non-profit “leader” Randy Shaw play a role in drawing the borders of this district as well? We can only hope.
Someday I’ll tell you, Gentle Reader, all about the now-defunct Fillmore CBD, Ooh, about a quarter of the taxes were spent on just one person to show up at meetings to say how great the FCBD was.
But here’s the Party Line, Dear Comrade, from the all-seeing and all-knowing SFGov. See how that works? No problems here!
In closing, I’d just like to say “hi” to area Vanity Google Searcher and Mayoral Spokesmodel Christine Falvey. (Someday, someday, I’ll get a kickback job what pays me six figures to Google my very own name all the live-long day. Someday, someday, Dominion
All the deets:
The Civic Center Community Benefit District (CBD) is a special assessment district conceived and organized by a group of concerned Civic Center property owners, arts organizations, government entities, and other stakeholders. The goal of the CBD is to improve coordination and communication around the management, image, safety, beautification and cleanliness of the greater Civic Center area for the benefit of patrons, residents, employees, merchants, property owners and other visitors within the district.
*If you want to get technical and say that the charges assessed aren’t actually taxes, well then go ahead. But, fundamentally, they’re taxes.