“There are some dissenters though, mainly the Castro/Eureka Valley Neighborhood Association and the Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association.”
Land Use Committee voting on Cafe Flore’s off-site kitchen [Castro Biscuit]

“Chair of the board Wendy Wendy Paskin-Jordan who used to work for Wells Fargo Bank and now runs her own bank and Wells Fargo executive Brenda Wright were forced recuse themselves from the discussion and vote because of their direct conflict of interest. “
Are Wells Fargo Banksters Running San Francisco Employees Retirement System? [IndyBay]

“I do think that those folks that are completely unable to care for themselves deserve a better shake than they’ve been getting … folks that are just completely out of it, you know lying in their own stuff, so swollen about the head that you can tell that it’s a poisoning situation and to just keep putting those folks out and out and out without any sort of relief, to me is just unkind”
KCBS In Depth: SFPD Chief Suhr On Chronic Drunks, Tasers For Officers [KCBS]

“Police reported that a man stabbed a woman near 24th Street and Treat Avenue at 1:25 p.m., for what the victim said was no apparent reason.”
Weekend Crime Recap [ML@L]

“Reminds me of the lawyer in ‘The Bicycle Thief’ who, for his soul, serves as barber to a man who could really use some access to justice — but, eh, public service is a chance to make human connections across barriers.”
Civic engagement for Yammer: will the company state its local issue positions publicly? [Lodging in Public]

“We need something. The program is moving forward and the city administration is dragging their feet. ”
Urban farming report overdue, long-awaited in San Francisco [Ex]

“By the way, we hear public housing residents and their advocates are planning a special trip across the bay to stage a protest at Alvarez’s new restaurant. We can only imagine the chants they’ll come up with.”
What’s ahead for Henry Alvarez and the S.F. Housing Authority [Chron]

“Anyone who’d complain about this expense is either against marriage equality or completely ignorant about what it takes to prepare a U.S. Supreme Court case of this magnitude,”
Dennis Herrara’s Prop. 8 trip: $17,000 [Chron]

“Today scummy hacks Phil Matier and Andy Ross at the San Francisco Chronicle picked up on this whole matter, and of course give this blog no credit.”
Chronicle Cribs City Attorney Junket Tab Story from My Blog? [Petrelis], SF Chronicle ‘Commends’ Me on City Attorney Junket [Petrelis]

“We think it is a double standard for City government to challenge private businesses on equality at the workplace while Mayor Lee’s Administrators are proposing a plan to cut wages of city worker jobs filled by women and leaving the pay of many workers in classes held predominantly by white and male workers untouched”
Female City Workers Hope to Get Mayor Ed Lee’s Attention … With Mustaches [Weekly]

the author

Eve Batey is the editor and publisher of the San Francisco Appeal. She used to be the San Francisco Chronicle's Deputy Managing Editor for Online, and started at the Chronicle as their blogging and interactive editor. Before that, she was a co-founding writer and the lead editor of SFist. She's been in the city since 1997, presently living in the Outer Sunset with her husband, cat, and dog. You can reach Eve at eve@sfappeal.com.

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