Newsletter: April 14 – What’s Hot on ResetSanFrancisco.org
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Join Us This Saturday for Solutions Palooza!
On April 16, the Reset San Francisco community will host Solutions Palooza with Phil Ting as the follow-up to our Food for Thought Forum, where over 250 San Franciscans joined us for brunch. This is our chance to keep the conversation going. RSVP today.
CitizenTube.com Features Reset San Francisco's Petition for YouTube Testimony!
CitizenTube, the official news and politics blog for YouTube, features our petition to empower citizens to submit YouTube videos to City Hall. Watch the video with Phil Ting . And if you believe more San Franciscans should be heard, sign the petition today.
When Open Government Closes
By: Ben Shore
The “electronic government fund” that helps to keep the government as open and accountable as possible is facing 75% cuts, reducing the relatively tiny budget from $34 million to $8 million. Given that Reset San Francisco’s mission is to employ open government and Gov 2.0 tools to make government more efficient and responsive, the possibility that valuable data will no longer be easily accessible is of great concern. Read more.
Join the Team and Volunteer for Reset SF and Phil Ting's Campaign for Mayor!
Would you like to join the Reset team? There are a number of ways you can have fun and get involved. Photography, video production, political and grassroots organizing, social media outreach, throwing cool events or local policy. Learn more.
Priorities of the SF MUNI
The SF Examiner recently reported the San Francisco Municipal Railway is spending $100,000 on outside public relations consultants to battle the drivers' union – and not one cent of these PR dollars will help fix the Clipper Card disaster, make the 38 Geary Bus or N Judah streetcar line faster or more reliable. Read more.
Announcing 2 New Topics!
The Reset San Francisco team is excited to announce two new topics – Arts & Culture and SF Favorites. On these subpages, we'll focus on some of the elements that make San Francisco one of the greatest cities in the world.
April 16, 11AM – 1PM:
May 4, 11AM – 1PM:
MAY 14, 11AM – 1PM:
Argonne Elementary School, 680 18th Avenue
Stay tuned for more events in your neighborhood!
Listen to the Reset San Francisco Playlist! Because every great movement needs some music. The Reset DJ is taking requests right now. Listen Now.
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