A city without children has no future.
During the 1990s, San Francisco lived through one of the most intense economic booms of its history
This is real. This is about basic, fundamental rights. It's about laying a foundation of equality for everybody, and he missed a golden opportunity to stand on history and to do something that is noble and appropriate. By no means was this a profile in courage. What a wasted moment for his administration.
Michael Johnson and Fillmore Development Associates have shown tremendous persistence and passion for this neighborhood and the opportunity to bring back an important part of San Francisco's cultural heritage,
It's difficult to argue, or suggest, we should cut someone's budget, ... when you're dealing with the hearts and souls of San Francisco residents. Particularly San Francisco residents that disproportionately fear the advent of another earthquake.