I support a strong public safety system that protects all San Franciscans, regardless of race, gender, age, legal status, or sexual orientation. I support transforming our police department. I do not support abolishing it.
By Myrna Melgar
For the past 10 years in San Francisco, eight jobs have been created for every housing unit built. This has fueled both income inequality and a shortage of housing felt most acutely by those who have not shared in the prosperity. The pandemic has only served to exacerbate this problem, with more people facing housing insecurity, eviction, and homelessness. We have particularly failed to produce housing for low income and middle class families.
D7 Conversations with Bruce Fisher
This week, I'm talking with Bruce Fisher, Former Executive Director of Huckleberry Youth Programs and Balboa Terrace Neighbor about the history of the Youth Guidance Center facility in D7 and San Francisco's evolving policies.Posted by Myrna Melgar 梅義加 Supervisor, District 7 on Wednesday, May 27, 2020
D7 Conversations with Alice Guidry
In this D7 conversation, I spoke with Alice Guidry, active member of the St. Finn Barr Parish, about services for seniors, what we need to do during and after shelter in place is lifted, and the arts in our district.Posted by Myrna Melgar 梅義加 Supervisor, District 7 on Tuesday, May 5, 2020