Category: Government

Lighten up on Grand Avenue

South San Francisco, CA    June 20, 2012 Addressing security concerns with better light quality is only one reason Grand Avenue, and side streets, received an upgrade to the historical lampposts in June. “This new lighting will consume less electricity and…

Regulating Health

Regulating Health New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed ban on large sugary drinks has been a national hot topic this past week and rightly so.  Is this another step into a nanny state or does it bring attention to…

LIGHT SHINES ON SOUTH CITY POLICE

LIGHT SHINES ON SOUTH CITY POLICE “Quick stop, turn around!” I yelled to my husband while we were driving down South Spruce two years ago. “There is a SWAT in progress; we don’t need to be anywhere near here”. In…

South City Murders Arrested Gangs 500 Block/C Street

May 3, 2012  19 indicted in racketeering case targeting South  San Francisco street gang Long-term probe links suspects to multiple murders, robberies, drug trafficking SAN FRANCISCO — Federal and local authorities announced the indictment Thursday of 19 members of a…

April 24th Armenian Genocide Commemoration Day

April 24th Armenian Genocide Commemoration Day  What a difference one person can make. John Kevranian, a San Bruno resident from South San Francisco, is a son, husband, father and business owner of a retail store in Burlingame.  He has lobbied…

ESC Recap 4.18.2012 Peninsula Progress

Everything South City is an online community group where people share what’s up in South City in real time. This is a recap of some of the past week’s posts.  Join in on the conversation at www.EverythingSouthCity.com or find us…

Kevin Mullin and his political career to date

Everything South City caught up with South San Francisco Councilmember and California State Assembly Candidate Kevin Mullin. Some of our readers questioned why Kevin was running, how the recent redistricting affected this race, and wanted a general overview of the…