The truth about dating by julie christensen

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The truth about dating by julie christensen

Wrangling and squabbling over the lease had been going on for more than a year. Even as we sat in Original Joe’s, attorneys, landlords, and tenants were meeting to sign the lease. As I said in my April Sketches column, I am an optimist and I thought my beloved neighborhood hangout would be around forever. So if you have a penny to spare, you might want to get the updated version of the book.

Soon Maureen and Tom Ginella, the longtime proprietors of Capp’s Corner, would join us. Things change so fast around here it will soon be out of date.

Then Supervisor Malia Cohen interceded, asking Board President London Breed to not skip the deliberations.

Cohen proceeded to ask an interminable amount of questions to Planning and the Mayor's Office of Housing.

The moratorium would cripple funds needed for transportation improvements and even affordable housing.

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