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Breaking News: Assemblymember Phil Ting re-launches Reset San Francisco

Neighborhood

The very best part of San Francisco – our neighborhoods – all too often receive the least attention from City Hall.

It’s time neighborhood concerns had the focused attention they deserve. We have the power to fix our problems, but it can only happen by working together, by listening to each other and by realizing that the city’s problems are interconnected, not isolated.

That’s why I’d like you to join the conversation – right here, right now. Be a neighborhood leader and help us Reset San Francisco.

Do you think that City Hall is addressing the concerns that matter most to you? It’s time to bring our issues, our priorities to the forefront of city government. We’ll never fix our city by blaming each other, but we can succeed by combining our efforts and our ideas.

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