Barnes Mosher Whitehurst Lauter and Partners

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Barnes Mosher Whitehurst Lauter and Partners
Barnes Mosher Whitehurst Lauter and Partners is listed in the Public Relations Counselors category in San Francisco, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Barnes Mosher Whitehurst Lauter and Partners which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Barnes Mosher Whitehurst Lauter and Partners on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 78.

Contact information for Barnes Mosher Whitehurst Lauter and Partners is:
660 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 615-0311

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BMWL and Partners and Whitehurst/Mosher Campaign Strategy and Media shared San Francisco Shared Schoolyard Project's post.
The San Francisco Shared Schoolyard Project is looking for interns for the fall and winter programs! Click here to learn more.
It's that time again ... the San Francisco Shared Schoolyard Project is calling for interns for our fall and winter programs! We're looking for fun, energetic, curious individuals who want to learn about community engagement to work out of our office in downtown San Francisco. The program will include neighbor contact, volunteer management, database maintenance, social media communications, group presentations and working with fun, smiling kids from across the city! All interested applicants should e-mail their resume to info@sfsharedschoolyard.org. Know someone who should apply? Tag them in the comments!

BMWL and Partners and Whitehurst/Mosher Campaign Strategy and Media shared Scott Wiener's post.
We're proud to be working on the Brisbane Baylands project! By adding 4,400 new homes, the project will help alleviate the Bay Area's housing crisis.
I like Brisbane and its people. It's a great town. But, it's now a poster child for why we have a housing crisis. The Baylands can accommodate 4,400 new homes, yet to maintain its small-town status, Brisbane will lower that number significantly. Brisbane isn't in a silo. It's part of an integrated region. It should either allow significant new housing or cede the land to the county so that the county can do it. We just can't operate like this anymore.
Amid a housing crisis, a developer is proposing a 4,400-unit project just eight miles from downtown San Francisco. But the city in charge of approving the project doesn't want it.

Support San Francisco's goal of increasing female representation throughout the city, starting with this statue of the iconic Maya Angelou. BMWL is proud to support this project and hope you will too! #30by2020
Supervisor Mark Farrell is pushing San Francisco to be the first city in the nation to establish a goal of 30% female representation in the public realm by 2020. San Francisco can take a meaning full step towards the 30 by 2020 goal by installing a statue of a female icon – Maya Angelou. Dr. Maya An...

Check out the new Whitehurst/Mosher Campaign Strategy and Media website!
Only one outcome is acceptable: Winning. Whitehurst Campaigns brings a winning attitude and a winning track record to every campaign it manages, no matter the complexity.

We're proud to be working on this important initiative that will help make internet accessible for all! San Francisco is the innovation capital of the world, but over 100,000 San Franciscans do not have Internet access at home. We must do better. http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Supervisor-Mark-Farrell-pushes-Internet-for-all-11200875.php
The city would lay fiber-optic cable underground and contract with private companies to deliver fast, inexpensive service to all residents and businesses. “The sad reality is that San Francisco is the innovation capital of the world, and more than 100,000 San Francisco residents still do not have In...


RT @MaiSyed: @JillNelsonGolub dropping knowledge at @EmergeCA Field Training. #expectus #emergeca2017


RT @DDSAYLOR: Everybody should have access to healthy food. RT if you agree. https://t.co/l1CuJJgLcA


RT @DDSAYLOR: I spent my life solving problems and getting government to work for us. #AD4 #SaylorforAssembly https://t.co/hYcMx8l1Sh


RT @SFSharedSchools: Thank you to all the families and residents from the Marina District for coming out to support @SFSharedSchools https:…


RT @sfchronicle: School playgrounds are opening on the weekends so kids have room to play. via @jilltucker sfchron.cl/1LiZSUQ