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Brad

This is an innovative alternative to getting across the bay by bike - www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article...

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Calling it a breakthrough, man pedals across bay

Judah Schiller, 41, pedaled a water bike - a bicycle fixed atop a raft and geared to convert pedaling into power - from Oakland to San Francisco in a little more than an hour. Like a lot of bicycling enthusiasts, Schiller was thrilled to see the bridge's bike path that will one day take riders to Treasure Island. [...] he was less excited when...

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Posted Sep 30, 2013
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Brad

I see residents in the Mission blatantly discard their trash wherever they please, and this is rarely ever in trash cans. We could use a system of enforcement for littering in which the fine isn't a monetary fee but time devoted to cleaning the streets.

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Tom K.
Tom K.
Oct 1, 2013

Do you think that is going to be enough?

Posted by Tom K. on Oct 1, 2013
Alissa Nelson
Alissa Nelson
Oct 1, 2013

The Department of Public Works often hires residents to work in the neighborhoods where they live, with the idea that people will be better at self-policing when their neighbors have to clean up their trash. This works pretty well in a tight-knit community like Bayview (where I see it in action most frequently). Why do you think it might be less effective in the Mission?

Posted by Alissa Nelson on Oct 1, 2013
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