We live in the SoMA district, and we get a daily view of all the construction that's been going on in the district. One of the towers we've continually been fascinated by is the Salesforce Tower and the speed with which it's been rising.
Here's a picture of the city skyline I took in March when we just moved here:
Californians Vote To Legalize Pot With Resounding ‘Yes’ On Prop 64
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — California voters passed a ballot measure to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, giving a big boost to the campaign to end the drug’s national prohibition.
A preliminary exit poll conducted for The Associated Press and television networks by Edison Research found Proposition 64 passing by a margin of 55 percent in favor of the proposition to 45 percent voting against.
This has been a long time in the making and heightens the development of the fledgling on-demand marijuana economy, especially here in SF/Bay Area. It seems like we're moving closer to a federal law that allows recreational marijuana sometime in the near future. These are the states that already allow it:
Back in August Connect SF, a multi agency body planning the future of San Francisco transportation, asked people to sketch their ideal subway lines on an interactive map. The city asked people to sketch out their dream lines; the results are in the link.
Thought members of this community might find it interesting!