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London Breed and Scott Weiner in person March 14th

by HANC board member Calvin Welch

HANC’s March general meeting will be divided into three parts.

First will be a question and answer session with newly elected District 5 Supervisor London Breed.  Sup. Bree is slated to open the 7pm meeting with an opening statement and then be available for questions and answers from our members and the public.

Next, will be a presentation by Ms. Jane Camblin, head of the French American International School at 150 Oak which plans to open a pre-k and kindergarten program at the old SFUSD site at 1155 Page Street.

Finally, the meeting will end with a discussion of the proposal by Sup. Wiener to amend the local version of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and a vote on the HANC Board’s recommendation to oppose the legislation.

Again, a full night of conversation and discussion on subjects covered nowhere else.  Bring your friends to what will be an informative meeting: 7pm Park Branch Library, 1833 Page Street.

The meeting flier is below!

Meeting Flyer

The Endeavor Spaceship over San Francisco


To ENDEAVOR is to strive to attain a hard to reach goal.  An appropriate title for a space ship.  Today, the retired NASA vehicle graced our skies with a wondrous site-flying over the city and past the Golden Gate Bridge atop a 747 aircraft.  Did you see it?  I happened to glance up in the sky on my walk to work and there it was-gliding across the horizon.  And, everywhere, there were people, on rooftops, on hills and other high points, gathering to take in the awesome and bizarre sight.

A nice start to the weekend!  I hope it is sign of more phenomenal things to come.

We will be back next week with footage from the recent District 5 Supervisor debate.  With eight candidates in the running, the conversations were pretty hot and the ranked choice voting puts a lot of variance into play as the people decide who to choose as first, second and third.  We will also be launching a new campaign with to petition the Mayor to stop the eviction of Kezar Gardens and HANC recycling center-an ENDEAVOR of its own, for sure.  Thanks to everyone who voted for our place as their favorite in the neighborhood on  We won the initiative with over 40 votes-three times more than the wiggle!  Hopefully, the Mayor will review this feedback as well!


Onwards and Upwards!