Friday, April 21, 2017



Alliance for a Better District 6 is the voice of San Francisco's downtown.
Our mission is to improve the quality of San Francisco urban life by:
• protecting public spaces and historical assets
• supporting pedestrian-oriented development policies
• addressing safety and public nuisance concerns
• encouraging mixed-use residential development
• Designing and implementing programs which develop a sense of community within ABD6 boundaries
• forming alliances with other organizations and individuals that share ABD6 interests

To contact us:
Alliance for a Better District 6
P.O. Box 420782
San Francisco, CA 94142-0782
(415) 820-1560
(415) 820-1565 - Fax
E-Mail: sf_district6@yahoo.com

2017-2018 Board of Directors
President: Marvis Phillips
Executive Vice President: Michael Nulty
2nd Vice President: Denise Dorey
Administrative Officer: Dennis Isner
Treasurer: Susan Bryan
Parliamentarian: Marvis Phillips
Board Member at Large: Yves-Langston Barthaud
Board Member at Large: Joe Blandino
Board Member at Large: George Dias
Board Member at Large: Amos Gregory
Board Member at Large: Regi Meadows
Business Committee Co-Chairs: Joe Blandino & George Dias
Fundraising Committee Co-Chairs: Susan Bryan & George Dias
Housing Committee Chair: Michael Nulty
Land Use / Planning Committee Chair: Marvis Phillips
Membership Committee Chair: Michael Nulty
Public Safety Committee Chair: Marvis Phillips
Senior / Disabled Committee Chair: Regi Meadows
Veterans Affairs Chair: Amos Gregory
Video Documentarian: Susan Bryan
Executive Director: Michael Nulty

Monday, February 27, 2017

Alliance for a Better District 6 new official website

Please visit our new (2017) official website for additional information.

http://abd6.cfsites.org/

Alliance for a Better District 6 Membership & Contributions






Yearly Membership Dues
Contributions




Sunday, January 1, 2017

18th Annual Meeting Invite

Please share this invite with your friends and neighbors.

Friday, October 16, 2015

7th Annual Holiday Party and Awards Ceremony



Come celebrate the Holiday Season!
7th Annual Holiday Party
When: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at 6PM to 8PM
Where: The Swig Bar at 561 Geary Street and Mason Street
What: Food, Door Prizes, Recognition Awards Ceremony, and Social Networking

Master of Ceremonies: Grand Duke of San Francisco Aja Monet-Ashton

Co-Sponsors (partial list):
Alliance for a Better District 6
Central City Democrats
Daldas Grocer
Michael Nulty
North of Market Business Association
Susan Bryan
Tenant Associations Coalition of San Francisco
Tip Top Market
The Swig Bar
Anonymous

AWARD HONOREES:

North of Market Business Association's 2015 Businesses of the Year Honorees:
Emo's Cafe

Glassthetix

International House of Fine Wine & Spirits

King Kong Bida

L and G Vietnamese Sandwiches

New Delhi Restaurant

New Princess Market

Rainbow Laundromat

North of Market Business Association's 2015 Community Impact Awardees:
EXIT Theatre

Tenderloin Museum

North of Market Business Association
NOMBA performs activities that would be unduly costly or time-consuming for an individual small business to perform by itself, including advocacy work, information gathering, networking, providing access to elected officials, representing small business interests at decision-making policy meetings, producing social gatherings, research, and monitoring business practices.

North of Market Business Association (NOMBA) is an unincorporated membership association organized to improve the commercial environment within North of Market area of San Francisco. NOMBA works to boost North of Market's image, connect neighborhood merchants and increase business opportunities.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Alliance for a Better District 6 Safety Bulletin


District 6 Stakeholder Meeting Notice

What:
District 6 Stakeholder Meeting

Co-Sponsors:
Alliance for a Better District 6
North of Market Business Association
Tenant Associations Coalition of SF
Tip Top Market

When:
Tuesday, February 10 at 6PM

Where:
Alexander Residence
230 Eddy Street, Multi-Purpose Room
at Taylor Street

Presentations:
Mayor's Office of Infrastructure & Improvement (Formerly known as Redevelopment Agency)
Will present on the Redevelopment Projects 
    -Mission Bay
    -Warrior stadium project
    -Transbay

-Tenderloin Pride in the Park 2015

-1217 Sutter Street New Business & Development

-Public Safety Updates from Southern & Tenderloin Police Stations

-Other items pending

Details:
Presentations, community and legislative updates. For detail call (415) 820-1560

Note:
Alliance for a Better District 6 activates our members with opportunities to get involved. Whether it's a forum on Central Market's future, a design of new building complex, our ongoing recognition award ceremonies, or a policy meeting, we have dozens of new opportunities for you to get engaged. Join us!

Refreshments provided.

Join us!

Open to the Public.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Alliance for a Better District 6 announces our 2015-2017 Board






2015-2017 Board of Directors:
Michael Nulty, President
Dennis Isner, Vice President
Dennis Isner, Administrative Officer
Dennis Isner, Newsletter Co-Chair
Susan Bryan, Treasurer
Marvis Phillips, Parliamentarian
Marvis Phillips, Safety/Planning Chair
Michael Nulty, Executive Director / Housing Chair / Membership Chair
Jerel Banks, Member at Large 
David Lal, Member at Large
David Lal, Business Concerns Chair / Newsletter Co-Chair

The Alliance for a Better District 6 membership wishes to thank our Board Members for their continual service to the organization.

Please consider joining our Facebook page:

Alliance for a Better District 6 recieves recognition

The Alliance for a Better District 6 receives recognition for it's voter education work in the community. Congrats to all those how helped with voter education in 2014.

Monday, January 19, 2015








Special Invitation to:


Alliance for A Better District 6
16th Annual Gathering

Date: Monday, January 26, 2015
Time: 6PM (Meeting starts on time)
Location: 201 Turk Street, Community Room
 (201 Turk Street Apartments)

You are being asked to attend our annual celebration.  Find out how you can participate in the elections of new officers; get updates on what is going on with our District-wide association.  And find out more about how to get more involved with improving our community. Event open to the public.

Light refreshments. For more information call (415) 820-1560.

Monday, July 7, 2014




What:
District 6 Stakeholder Meeting

Co-Sponsors:
Alliance for a Better District 6
North of Market Business Association
Tenant Associations Coalition of SF
Tip Top Market

When:
Tuesday, July 8th at 6PM

Where:
Alexander Residence
230 Eddy Street, Multi-Purpose Room
at Taylor Street

Presentations:

-Union Iron Works Historic District Housing Waterfront Parks, Jobs, and Preservation Initiative
-Cadillac Bar and Grill at 1355 Market Street ABC License
-101 Hyde Street Housing Development update
-854 Geary Street, The Tender
-Larkin Street Youth 134 Golden Gate
-Public Safety Updates from Southern & Tenderloin Police Stations

Details:
Presentations, community and legislative updates. For detail call (415) 820-1560

Note:
Alliance for a Better District 6 activates our members with opportunities to get involved. Whether it's a forum on Central Market's future, a design of new building complex, our ongoing recognition award ceremonies, or a policy meeting, we have dozens of new opportunities for you to get engaged. Join us!

Refreshments provided.

Join us!

Open to the Public.

Sunday, May 18, 2014


Monday, April 28, 2014

District 6 Voter Education Forum




What:
District 6 Voter Education Forum

Host:
Alliance for a Better District 6 Board of Directors:
Michael Nulty, President
Dennis Isner, Administrative Officer
Susan Bryan, Treasurer
Marvis Phillips, Safety/Planning Chair
Michael Nulty, Executive Director / Housing Chair

When:
Tuesday, April 8th at 6PM

Where:
Alexander Residence
230 Eddy Street, Community Room
at Taylor Street

Moderator: James Tracy, Community Housing Partnership

Presentations:
-SF Department of Elections on June 3rd Consolidated Primary Election
-Panel Discussion with Superior Court Judges for Office #20
        Daniel Flores
        Carol Kingsley
        Kimberly Williams

Co-Sponsored by:
-Alexander Tenants Association, Inc.
-Alliance for a Better District 6
-Central City Democrats
-North of Market Business Association
-Tenant Associations Coalition of San Francisco
-Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
-Tip Top Market


Details:
June 3rd Consolidated Election Presentations updates and panel discussion. For detail call (415) 820-1560.

Note: Alliance for a Better District 6 activates our members with opportunities to get involved. Whether it's a forum on the future of Central Market, a design of new building complex, our ongoing recognition award ceremonies, or a policy meeting, we have dozens of new opportunities for you to get engaged. Join us!

Refreshments provided.

Candidate Meet & Greet

Candidate Meet and Greet
Elected officials, candidates, residents, merchants & other community members are invited! The event will be held on the Mezzanine of Sam's Cable Car Lounge.

Where: Sam's Cable Car Lounge
Location: 222 Powell Street @ O'Farrell Street
When: Wednesday Match 26th, 2014
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Details: All Candidates for the June 2014 and November 2014 Ballot are encouraged and invited to attend. Elected officials, candidates, residents, merchants & other community members are invited! The event will be held on the Mezzanine of Sam's Cable Car Lounge. This event is not wheel chair accessible. This event is open to the public.

Co-Hosted by:

Alliance for a Better District 6 http://allianceforabetterdistrict6.blogspot.com/
Central City Democrats http://centralcitydemocrats.blogspot.com/
North of Market Business Association http://nomba.cfsites.org/
Sam Cable Car Lounge http://www.samscablecarlounge.com/


Thursday, January 30, 2014

15th ABD6 Gathering Invite



IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE

PRESS RELEASE
The Alliance for A Better District 6, a District 6 neighborhood improvement association will host it's 15th annual event. ABD6 works with diverse people and organizations to strengthen our neighborhoods.

What:
Election of officers, presentations, and review of 2013.

When:
Friday, January 31, 2014 at 6PM

Where:
201 Turk Street Family Apartments
201 Turk Street, Community Room
at Jones Street

Presentations:
-210 Jones Street (Former Manor House Restaurant)
-222 Hyde Type 42 liquor License doing business as The Basement
-508 4th Street Place of Entertainment Permit doing business as The Drake
-186 2nd Street Type 21 & 41 License doing business as SoMa Restaurant Group, Inc.

Guest Speaker:
Discussion on possible community planning process for proposed developments legislation

Details:
Refreshments and door prizes. For detail call (415) 820-1560.

Host:
Alliance for a Better District 6 Board of Directors:
Michael Nulty, Executive Vice President
Dennis Isner, Administrative Officer
Susan Bryan, Treasurer
Marvis Phillips, Safety/Planning Chair
Michael Nulty, Executive Director / Housing Chair

Note: Alliance for a Better District 6 activates our members with opportunities to get involved. Whether it's a forum on the future of Central Market, a design of new building complex, our ongoing recognition award ceremonies, or a policy
meeting, we have dozens of new opportunities for you to get engaged. Join us!

To RSVP go to:

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Come celebrate the Holiday Season!
5th Annial Holiday Party
When: Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 6PM to 8PM
Where: The Swig Bar at 561 Geary Street and Mason Street
What: Food, Door Prizes, Recognition Awards Ceremony, and Social Networking

Co-Sponsors (partial list):
Alliance for a Better District 6
Central City Democrats
Daldas Grocer

Michael Nulty
North of Market Business Associations
Sam's Cable Car Lounge
Susan Bryan
Tenant Associations Coalition of San Francisco
Tip Top Market
The Swig Bar
Translink Limo

AWARD HONOREES:

North of Market Business Association's 2013 Businesses of the Year Honorees:

Cafe Mason
Central Towers Market
Colin Hussey Event Photography
Farmerbrown Restaurant
Lisa For Hair
Max Muscle on Polk
Monarch
UPS Store at Opera Plaza

North of Market Business Association's 2013 Community Impact Awardees:
De Marillac Academy
Optometrist Jack Sinow, OD

North of Market Business Association
NOMBA performs activities that would be unduly costly or time-consuming for an individual small business to perform by itself, including advocacy work, information gathering, networking, providing access to elected officials, representing small business interests at decision-making policy meetings, producing social gatherings, research, and monitoring business practices.

North of Market Business Association (NOMBA) is an unincorporated membership association organized to improve the commercial environment within North of Market area of San Francisco. NOMBA works to boost North of Market's image, connect neighborhood merchants and increase business opportunities.

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Neighborhoods and Streets within District 6

District 6 boundaries include:
North of Market, South of Market, Union Square, Lower Polk, Lower Nob Hill, Civic Center, part of Financial District, Inner Mission, South Beach, Mission Bay, Yerba Buena Island, Treasure Island and Western Addition.

Where in San Francisco is District 6?

This map shows you what part of San Franisco is District 6.

What Alliance for A Better District 6 is all about:

Alliance for a Better District 6 is the voice of San Franisco's downtown. Our mission is to improve the quality of San Francisco urban life by:
• protecting public spaces and historical assets
• supporting pedestrian-oriented development policies
• addressing safety and public nuisance concerns
• encouraging mixed-use residential development
• Designing and implementing programs which develop a sense of community within ABD6 boundaries
• forming alliances with other organizations and individuals that share ABD6 interests

To contact us:
Alliance for a Better District 6
P.O. Box 420782
San Francisco, CA 94142-0782
(415) 820-1560
(415) 820-1565 - Fax
E-Mail: sf_district6@yahoo.com

2013-14 Alliance for a Better District 6 Board Members & Committee Chairs

Michael Nulty, President
Dennis Isner, Administrative Officer

Susan Bryan, Treasurer
Marvis Phillips, Parliamentarian
Michael Pedersen, Air Horn Abatement Chair

Marvis Phillips, Safety/Planning Chair

Susan Bryan, Fundraising Chair

Michael Nulty, Housing Chair
Michael Nulty, Executive Director


*Each Board of Director member/Committee Chair has a web link attached to their name to learn more about each member.

Revitalization of Central City







Community creating partnerships with residents and community groups opens the doors for more small business opportunities which create a stronger Central City for all.

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Jim Meko is honored with Jim Berk Memorial Award

In photo Michael Nulty, President of Alliance for A Better District 6 presents Jim Meko with the 1st Jim Berk Memorial Award for his lifetime of leadership and public service to the diverse communities of San Francisco. Also in picture is Captain Daniel McDonagh of Southern Station. Award presentation was apart of the Alliance’s annual meeting on January 8th, 2008.

If You Are Going To San Francisco





Installation of Little Saigon Lion Statues

3-29-07 Plastic Bag Ban

ABD6 winner of 2008 Safety Network Community Leadership Award





2008 Safety Network Community Leadership Awards



Info on Executive Director

Michael Nulty

1-17-08 San Francisco Nightlife Summit

Online Petitions:

Open Space Petition:
http://www.petitiononline.com/TLspace/petition.html
TNT Petition:
http://www.petitiononline.com/TNT/petition.html
Full Service Post Office Petition:
http://www.petitiononline.com/101Hyde/petition.html

Alliance for A Better District 6 sponsored blogs:

Cadillac Hotel Centennial
http://cadillachotelcentennial.blogspot.com/

TNT & San Francisco Board of Supervisors Public Safety Committee
http://sfsafetycommittee.blogspot.com/

TNT & San Francisco Police Commission
http://sfpolicecommission.blogspot.com/

TNT & Hyde/Turk Street Stop
http://19polkbusshelter.blogspot.com/

Post Office Patrons
http://postofficepatrons.blogspot.com/

10th Anniversary of Tenant Associations Coalition
http://10thanniversarytac.blogspot.com/

9th Anniversary of Tenant Associations Coalition
http://9thanniversarytac.blogspot.com/

Tenderloin Transportation Plan

http://transportationplan.blogspot.com/

2008 Ribbon Cuttings





201 Turk Coomunity Room Ribbon cutting & 125 Mason Street Family Housing Ribbon cutting

Safe Haven Locations and Map

Safe Havens:
Safe Havens are neighborhood points of refuge for children and seniors to use if they are feeling vulnerable on the streets of the Tenderloin. To get more information please contact me, Dina Hilliard at http://us.f827.mail.yahoo.com/ym/Compose?To=dina@safetynetwork.org or call (415) 538-8100 x204
Locations (Refer to Map above):
1
Gene Friend Recreation Center 270 6th Street
2
City Produce 174 6th street
3
San Cristina Hotel 1000 Market
4
Ambassador Hotel 50 Mason
5
TNDC admin office (201 Eddy) 201 Eddy St.
6
TNDC admin office (215 Taylor) 215 Taylor
7
Youth With a Mission 357 Ellis St.
8
Downtown Grocery 289 Eddy St.
9
201 Turk Street Apartments 201 Turk St.
10
TL Community Benefit District 118 Jones St.
11
Boys and Girls Club 115 Jones St.
12
St. Boniface Church 133 Golden Gate Avenue
13
Art Studio/CCHH 146 Leavenworth Street
13
CCHH Men's Shelter 146 Leavenworth Street
14
Shi-yu Lang YMCA - youth deparment 220 Golden Gate Avenue
15
Hospitality House 290 Turk St.
16
Empire Market 399 Eddy St.
17
Senator Hotel 519 Ellis St.
18
Wild Awakenings Café 142 Mc Allister Street
19
Morty's Deli 280 Golden Gate Ave
20
Central City SRO Collaborative 259 Hyde St.
21
Coalition On Homelessness 468 Turk St.
22
Iroquois Hotel 835 O' Farrell Street

Community Cameras are they solving crime?

Go to this video link

2-14-08 Establishing Retail Services at 101 Hyde Hearing at City Hall



For more details on establishing a full service post office in Civic Center go to:

http://postofficepatrons.blogspot.com/

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NORCOTICS PROSECUTION

SIRENS (NOISE POLLUTION)

2-26-08 City Attorney Neli Palma says good bye