When you spend three quarters of a million dollars on a newly built home, you expect it to be picture-perfect. But some things you’re not going to notice until you move in. Even the problems you do notice may turn into a real headache to fix.
Golden Gate Park Neighbors Complain About Public Urination, Trash, Parking Woes After Outside Lands Festival Wraps
The Outside Lands Music Festival brought two-hundred thousand fans to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, but it also brought plenty of problems for residents in the area as well.
Many residents from Bernal Heights, the Outer Mission, Potrero Hill and the Castro complained about the loud noise from Tuesday night’s concert.
They have complained the boxes are unsightly, an eyesore, and too large for their streets.
Officials say 17 bodies have been removed from a Modesto funeral home after complaints the home was taking too long to cremate the bodies.
Not everyone in the city of Napa is happy about the upcoming Bottle Rock Music & Arts Festival, which is bringing some of the biggest acts in music to the North Bay.
The F.D.A. has been looking into scores of complaints from dog owners who say their animals got sick after eating Beneful dog food. The agency said, while it generally does not comment on an open investigation, it has seen a spike in complaints since January after several media reports about the dog food.
An Alameda County supervisor is demanding a review of policies and procedures after a bass-thumping, music-reverberating rave at the O.co Coliseum literally shook some of her constituents awake late Saturday night and early Sunday morning.
The government is launching an online database of complaints about credit cards. The public can see what types of complaints people have filed against any bank that issues credit cards.
A San Francisco resident has written an open letter to Mayor Ed Lee and said he would rather turn Piers 30 and 32 into open space.