Life on the Dirtiest Block in San Francisco - The New York Times


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The city’s new mayor has made cleaner streets a top priority. Residents say it will take much more than a broom to do it.

The city has replaced more than 300 lampposts corroded by dog and human urine over the past three years, according to the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. Replacing the poles became more urgent after a lamppost collapsed in 2015, crushing a car.
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9 days ago by jellis
RT : Real fine pairing of SF stories here:
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9 days ago by dunstan
This is SF now and not just on this block: Life on the Dirtiest Block in San Francisco via
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9 days ago by akalin
It's like the Giving Tree, but for crack
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9 days ago by schraeds
The 300 block of Hyde Street in San Francisco received 2,227 complaints about street and sidewalk cleanliness over the past decade, more than any other. Credit…
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9 days ago by mjbrej
Life on the Dirtiest Block in San Francisco
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9 days ago by ndawson
The city’s new mayor has made cleaner streets a top priority. Residents say it will take much more than a broom to do it.
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9 days ago by evansims
The city’s new mayor has made cleaner streets a top priority. Residents say it will take much more than a broom to do it.
9 days ago by briandrum