Assemblyman Marc Levine, D-San Rafael, is expressing confidence in his ability to convince his colleagues in Sacramento to support the nation’s first statewide ban of disposable, plastic shopping bags.
The three-year campaign to rid San Francisco of litter, dirt and grime, was to formally kick off Friday.
Someone has been dumping garbage on the streets and in the parks in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood, and neighbors are outraged.
San Francisco is poised to revive a “Clean Streets” program that fell by the wayside during the city’s budget crisis. The program targets trash in neighborhood commercial districts.
Papering San Francisco with flyers about lost dogs, pizza specials, housecleaning services and other announcements is irritating some residents.