Join SFLCV and others at the League of Young Voters’ Pissed Off Voter Guide release party. SFLCV is co-sponsoring the event so come on down. The event is Friday night at Gestalt Haus on 16th street in the Mission (3159 16th Street), just a couple blocks from the 16th street BART station.
Why does SFLCV oppose Prop D?
In short its two things: we don’t think ads and signs make a neighborhood a better place, and it’s bad government. Complex planning code does not belong in the ballot box.
Yes on A – Budget Reform – This makes the budget biennial. This is a good government issue for us, trying to make the budget process better.
Yes on B – Board of Supervisor Aides – This allows supervisors to hire more than two aides. This is another good government issue for us.
No on D – Mid Market Special Sign District – While a goal of a vibrant mid market district is a fine one. We are uncertain that more signs and billboards will make it that way.
Yes on E – Advertisements on City Property – This prevents there from being a further expansion of the use of city furniture and buildings to be sold as ad space.
Though they are running unopposed, we also support candidates:
Jose M. Cisneros for Treasurer
and Dennis Herrera for City Attorney.