SF neighborhood will pay to power wash feces off sidewalks squib

San Francisco’s Tenderloin District kicked off a new privately funded program Tuesday to increase the number of times its sidewalks are blasted with industrial-grade pressure washers from once a month to once a week following complaints of large amounts of human and animal feces littering the streets. The Tenderloin Community Benefit District, which is a...
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