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  1. James

    I live at 127 Frederick St. My cat went missing Dec 10th. Please contact me if you have seen her. Grey Female Tabby named “Grey Grey” with left clipped ear. I have also posted on Craigslist under lost. Thank you!

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  2. Bob White

    I’ve noticed that there are free ads posted for this page & what are the requirements to have a free ad posted on this site?

    Thanks,
    CW

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  3. Tim

    Hi,

    I feel your pain. I am the president of a large community group in San Francisco and last year we fought successfully against a pro-developer zoning law change. The law was not passed.

    Shortly afterwards, additional leads were appointed by our community were supporters of the pro-developers housing density program and the neighborhood was divided into 2 districts of which one was made up by Nextdoor. (They said they did this due to member size).

    I have a community group of 161 members and a block club of 12 members. I created a post “where to buy a banner for our newly formed community group”. The post was removed and I was permanently banned by Nextdoor. I have no way to make contact with my community group.

    I am trying to file a complaint with the ACLU over violations of free speech and censorship of members of the public on City posted announcements (fire, parks and recreation, public works, etc.). ND is censoring and restricting free speech on public funded announcements. Additionally, the refusal of ND to provide documents pertaining to public agencies is a violation of the Freedom of Information Laws. San Francisco and the State of California has enacted sunshine laws which they are violating.

    Please call the ACLU local chapter and complain. I suspect this is happening all over the US.

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