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1 Supervisor MALIA COHEN Serving San Francisco s 10 th District March 2012 Newsletter Keeping D10 Working, Healthy, Safe Community Calendar Cohen Community Office Hours Saturday, March 31 10:00am-12:00pm Location: Radio Africa and Kitchen rd Street Please join us for community office hours! To make an appointment please call (415) Potrero Hill Democratic Club Meeting Tuesday, March 6 7:00 p.m. Location: Potrero Hill Neighborhood House 953 De Haro St. SFPD Community Meeting Monthly Meeting Tuesday, March 6 6:00 7:00pm Location: Bayview Police Station, 201 Williams Ave. (cross street Newhall) Quesada Gardens Initiative Monthly Meeting Monday, March 12 6:30 8:00pm News from City Hall Investing in Growth: New Small Business Loan Funding Announced Virtual Job Fair: City Partners with Technology Community to Post Jobs Housing Trust Fund Working Group Created Tony Bennett Finds His Heart in San Francisco 50 Years Later 34 th America s Cup Changes Course Rebuild Potrero Hearing Draws Dozens Events of the Month Supervisor Cohen Visits Thurgood Marshall High School Supervisor Cohen at Laguna Honda Hospital Celebrating Black History Month Supervisor Cohen Joins Honorees at the San Francisco General Heroes & Hearts Luncheon Celebrating In Style at the National Coalition of 100 Black Women s Annual Hats and Gloves Tea Supervisor Cohen Honor s District 10 Superstar Raquel Miller for Black History Month Bayview Community Meeting Envisions an Improved Third Street Code Enforcement Task Force Sees Results The Sunday Streets Program is Back! Recreation and Park Department 2012 Summer Camp and Spring Activities Guide Is Out

2 Location: 1747 Quesada Ave. Prospect Research Basic: Researching Individual Donors Monday, March 12 1:00 2:15pm Location: The Foundation Center 312 Sutter Street, #606 San Francisco, CA Learn how to identify and research individual donors. Researching individual prospects can sometimes be harder than researching foundations. Find out the answers to the most frequently asked questions about researching individual donors. Parks Bond Town Hall Meeting Monday, March 12 6:00 8:00pm Location: Sports Basement Grotto Room 1590 Bryant St., San Francisco, CA San Francisco Parks Alliance will host a planning meeting focused on the upcoming parks bond Southeast Health Wednesday, March 14 8:30am 3:00pm Location: Southeast Health Center, 2401 Keith St. Provides *FREE Mammogram screening to women who are 40 years of age and older. Must call (415) to schedule an appointment. *based on eligibility Upcoming SFMTA Budget Town Hall Meetings News From City Hall Investing in Growth: New Small Business Loan Funding Announced In February Mayor Lee announced an effort to re-capitalize the City s successful Small Business Revolving Loan Fund with an additional $1 million to support business expansion and job creation. These funds will make loans ranging from $5,000- $50,000 available to existing and start-up small businesses. ($5,000 to $25,000 for startup businesses and $5,000 to $50,000 for existing businesses). These additional funds are invaluable to small businesses seeking to start and expand in District 10. Time and time again I hear that one of the largest barriers to starting or expanding a small business in the City is access to capital, and this loan fund directly addresses that challenge. These funds are available to applicants that have limited or no access to a bank loan and plan to hire at least 1 new employee. As a co-sponsor of this legislation, Supervisor Cohen looks forward to its final passage later this month and to its benefit for District 10 businesses. If you are interested in learning more about the loan program and finding out if you are eligible, please visit the Working Solutions website: gloanfund/ Virtual Job Fair: City Partners with Technology Community to Post Jobs Improvements are coming to HireSF.org, San Francisco s job matching system, designed to make it easier for companies to access a pool of local talent eager to work for the growing number of pioneering companies in San Francisco. Housing Trust Fund Working Group Created This broad working group, convened by Mayor Lee, is tasked with designing a ballot measure that would create a permanent source of revenue to fund the creation of housing that is affordable to low income, moderate income and middle-class households in San Francisco. Our office participated in the first meeting and will continue to participate in the group as this process continues. We are looking forward to creative ways to fund more affordable housing and workforce housing in our City. Stay tuned for more updates. Tony Bennett Finds His Heart in San Francisco 50 Years Later San Francisco delivered a special valentine to Tony Bennett,

3 Share your thoughts on your communities transit priorities in these upcoming SFMTA Budget Town Hall Meetings: Town Hall #2: Thursday, March 8 San Francisco City College 50 Plelan Ave. the famous 85-year old signer of one of San Francisco s most iconic songs. Hundreds of adoring fans crowed in City Hall to hear a brass ensemble from the San Francisco Symphony and local musical and choral groups perform Bennett s I Left My Heart in San Francisco. Town Hall #3: Wednesday, March 14 San Francisco Public Library 100 Larkin St, Koret Auditorium Town Hall #4: Thursday, March 15 SFMTA Presidio Division 2640 Geary Blvd, Training Rooms C, D and E Town Hall #5: Wednesday March 21 San Francisco Waldorf High School 470 West Portal Ave, Herbst Theater 34 th America s Cup Changes Course Earlier this month the 34 th America s Cup Event Authority announced changes to their plans to host the America s Cup in San Francisco and associated development rights to Piers While all of the details of the new development agreements are forthcoming, we do know that they will be expanding their use of Pier 80 in the district. We look forward to working with City agencies, the Event Authority and the community to ensure that this event benefits all of our City s neighborhoods. Rebuild Potrero Hearing Draws Dozens Supervisor Cohen convened a public hearing at the Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee to hear the latest update on the Rebuild Potrero Project and hear from residents and neighbors about concerns and priorities for the project. This project is a tremendous opportunity to revitalize the Potrero Annex/Terrace and it is important for everyone to share thoughts and stay engaged in the planning process. Events of the Month Supervisor Cohen Visits Thurgood Marshall High School Earlier this month Supervisor Cohen meet with young minds at Thurgood Marshall High School to explain and discuss the benefits of public service. She shared her experiences growing up in San Francisco, perusing higher education and how she has dedicated her career to public service.

4 Supervisor Malia Cohen at Laguna Honda Hospital Celebrating Black History Month This month has been filled with wonderful community events celebrating Black History Month. One of them took place with members of our senior community at Laguna Honda Hospital. Supervisor Cohen joined Laguna Honda staff, residents and patients to share in Black History Month festivities. Supervisor Cohen Joins Honorees at the San Francisco General Heroes & Hearts Luncheon This year s Hearts & Heroes Luncheon raised $1.5 million for services at San Francisco General Hospital. This year a number of heroes were honored for their advocacy and work on behalf of the community and the City. These honorees included: Dr. Richard Coughlin (co-founder of San Francisco General Hospital s Institute for Global Orthopedics and Traumatology), Harlan Kelly, Jr. (Project Pull science internship co-founder and Assistant General Manager for the Public Utilites Commission), Marlene Tran (District 10 s very own Visitacion Valley Asian Alliance founder), and Martha Ryan (Homeless Prenatal Program founder).

5 Celebrating In Style at the National Coalition of 100 Black Women s Annual Hats and Gloves Tea The Cohen Office joined the National Coalition of 100 Black Women at their annual Hats and Gloves Tea to celebrate and honor accomplishments and commitments of leading African American Women in San Francisco. Supervisor Cohen Honor s District 10 Superstar Raquel Miller for Black History Month Supervisor Cohen selected District 10 resident and boxer Raquel Miller as her honoree for the Board of Supervisors Black History Month celebration. Raquel is fighting her way through Olympic trials to win a spot at the 2012 Summer Olympic games in London. Raquel grew up in San Francisco

6 and signed up for boxing lessons at our City s own Mission Recreation Center. Good luck Raquel! Bayview Community Meeting Envisions an Improved Third Street On February 23, Supervisor Cohen and staff joined James Moore and other neighbors and merchants to discuss priorities for revitalizing the Third Street merchant corridor. This planning work will be used to advance priorities for public safety and economic development in the coming year. Code Enforcement Task Force Sees Results As a result of Supervisor Cohen s ongoing coordination with multiple City departments and regional public safety agencies on copper theft a successful police sting operation at the Hunters Point Shipyard resulted in three arrests! Theft of metal causes millions of dollars of damage a year to public buildings and even individual homeowners. Read more here:

7 The Sunday Streets Program is Back! Sunday Streets will be returning to the City and to the District this Summer. Make sure to join us with your friends and neighbors on July 22 for Sunday Streets in the Bayview. Look for more details as the date approaches. Recreation and Park Department 2012 Summer Camp and Spring Activities Guide Is Out Don t wait until this summer to sign up for recreational programs and activities. The City s Recreation and Park Department Day Camp Programs will be running May 29 August 17, 2012 Spring Activities will be running March 11 May 26, To register visit: Or register in person at McLaren Lodge In Golden Gate Park, 501 or via phone: Scholarships are also available for these programs. I always look forward to keeping in touch. Please call ( ) or me with your thoughts and ideas on how we can build a stronger, more united community. Best regards, Malia Cohen Member, Board of Supervisors

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