A major annual technology conference has been relocated to Las Vegas after decades in San Francisco, with organizers citing “poor street conditions” in the Bay Area as a determining factor.

OpenWorld, a tech confab presented by Oracle, has been hosted in San Francisco since 1996, but will be moved to Sin City in 2020 for at least three years.

The conference has become one of the biggest events of its kind in San Francisco, and its departure will reportedly deal a $64 million blow to the tourism and hospitality industry there.

“Oracle stated that their attendee feedback was that San Francisco hotel rates are too high,” the San Francisco Travel Association (SFTA) explained to its members in an email seen by CNBC. “Poor street conditions was another reason why they made this difficult decision.”

“The estimated economic impact of each of the above is $64,000,000, a huge loss for our city.”

OpenWorld reportedly attracts over 60,000 Oracle customers and partners every year, and the decision to pull the convention out of San Francisco has raised questions about the decaying city’s capacity to host major events.

“The move has prompted concern over whether the city, facing soaring hotel costs and homelessness, open drug use and incidents of violence on the streets that alarm visitors, can hold onto the big-business events that have long been a mainstay of its tourism and travel industries,” the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

The SFTA says it is “sorry to see Oracle OpenWorld move to Las Vegas after more than 20 years in San Francisco,” but claims it will book alternate events to “fill that space in the future.”



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The city of San Francisco has removed boulders placed along a side street by residents to deter vagrants and drug use, with officials saying they have become a safety issue and hassle.

The San Francisco Public Works Department cleared approximately two dozen large rocks which had been strategically deployed in a grassroots effort funded and planned by local residents of the Mission Dolores neighborhood, who say bums and drug addicts were camping out in tents and makeshift shelters.

However, agitators quickly targeted the project and turned it into a debacle.

“Over the weekend, protesters gathered to drink Rolling Rock (no, really) and engaged in a cat and mouse game, rolling rocks into the street that Public Works crews would haul right back on to the sidewalk,” the San Francisco Examiner reports.

Public Works director Mohammed Nuru says the boulders had to be removed because they “were not big enough,” but claims he supports residents’ efforts to fund a solution.

“We’re at the drawing board now. We’re definitely going to look at some of the things we have learned,” Nuru told CNN. “It could be bigger boulders, it could be some kind of landscaping, it could be something different, but we’re going to work with the neighbors on something they want.”

Despite investing over $2,000 into the boulder project via GoFundMe, Nuru has indicated residents of Mission Dolores will likely be on the hook for at least part of the removal costs.



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President Trump blasted conditions in San Francisco, saying the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will likely issue a notice of violation to the city.

He indicated the federal government could soon punish the city for allowing rampant homelessness, drug abuse, and filth to spiral out of control, affecting natural resources in the area.

“If you look at San Francisco, it’s a total disaster what’s happening — they’re going to ruin those cities,” President Trump told reporters during a visit to the southern border in California. “We’re going to get involved very soon on a federal basis if they don’t clean up their act.”

“You have tents all over the place. You really have a sanitary condition because this water is rushing into the ocean, and this is supposed to be storm water. It’s not supposed to be sewage.”

“They have to clean it up,” he continued. “We can’t have our cities going to hell.”

Trump supplemented that warning with additional comments aboard Air Force One.

“It’s a terrible situation — that’s in Los Angeles and in San Francisco,” Trump said, according to White House reporters. “And we’re going to be giving San Francisco — they’re in total violation — we’re going to be giving them a notice very soon.”

“EPA is going to be putting out a notice. They’re in serious violation.”



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A San Francisco business owner says he is considering closing his store after a series of incidents involving vagrants and drug addicts, including two separate attacks in which he was bitten.

Gilles DeSaulniers says his sister was assaulted by a homeless man as they attempted to drive him out Harvest Urban Market for the second time that day.

The man then bit DeSaulniers in the arm when he intervened, the second time he has been bitten by an aggressive bum in the past four months.

“I was holding onto him and he twisted his head and he bit my arm,” DeSaulniers told KRON4.

Police later charged Adam Aschebrock, 29, with aggravated assault and battery.

DeSaulniers says he was also bitten while attempting to thwart a shoplifter in June.

He says aggressive homeless people are running rampant and destroying his neighborhood and business, and that he will soon need to replace his back door as it is rusted out from repeated exposure to urine.

“They create a lot of garbage. There is feces on the sidewalk. People piss on back door. It smells; it’s a public health nuisance,” DeSaulniers said. “The public health department wants us to keep everything nice, but when you walk outside the door, it’s like the plague all over again.”

“About every half hour to hour, we have some kind of incident — theft, violence, crazy people walking around, people who need mental health [help]. There’s needles everywhere. People have threatened me with a needle.”

DeSaulniers says he often finds people selling or doing drugs in his bathroom, as well as homeless encampments around his store.

“Police can’t really do much, we call all the time and it feels like our voices aren’t being heard,” Desaulniers said. “Nothing’s changing, everything is just getting worse and worse and worse.”

“It’s just not worth it. You know, we pay taxes to the city. The police can’t do anything. The laws have changed.”



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The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has adopted new “person first” language guidelines aimed at rewriting labels for criminals, which will see them called ‘justice-involved people’ or ‘returning residents,’ instead of ‘felons’ or ‘convicts.”

The nonbinding resolution, which was passed last month, purports to change the way California’s criminal population is viewed, as current terms supposedly “only serve to obstruct and separate people from society and make the institutionalization of racism and supremacy appear normal.”

“Inaccurate information, unfounded assumptions, generalizations and other negative predispositions associated with justice-involved individuals create societal stigmas, attitudinal barriers and continued negative stereotypes.”

A brief summation of sanitized phrases, as reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, include the following:

– A released convicted felon will be called a “formerly incarcerated person,” “justice-involved person,” or “returning resident.”

– A parolee will be called a “person on parole,” or “person under supervision.”

– A juvenile delinquent will be called a “young person with justice system involvement,” or a “young person impacted by the juvenile justice system.”

– A drug addict or substance abuser will be called a “person with a history of substance abuse.”

“We don’t want people to be forever labeled for the worst things that they have done,” said Supervisor Matt Haney.

“We want them ultimately to become contributing citizens, and referring to them as felons is like a scarlet letter that they can never get away from.”

The resolution reportedly provides no updated terminology for victims of crime.


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San Francisco is moving forward with plans to establish a dedicated parking lot for homeless people living in their cars, according to local media.

Free bathrooms, showers, and other services will be offered at a “triage lot” near the Balboa Park BART station where the homeless can park vehicles such as vans or RVs.

“Officials hope to replicate this one-year pilot program, if it’s successful, in other areas of the city, where people are increasingly using their vehicles for shelter,” the San Francisco Chronicle reports. “The city’s most recent survey of the homeless showed that 35% of unsheltered homeless people lived in vehicles, up from 13% in 2015.”

The overall homeless population of the city has reportedly exploded by 30 percent since 2017.

“When we have this option, we can say to people, ‘we have an option for you’ and ‘where you are right now is not safe,’” said Supervisor Ahsha Safaí. “And they can say yes or no. And if they say no, they will not necessarily be able to stay where they are.”

Officials are reportedly working to have the lot operational by winter, with an affordable housing complex to be built on the site shortly after.

Recent projects to accommodate the city’s urgent homeless crisis have included a planned 200-bed shelter in the upscale Embarcadero district, which has drawn heavy protest from locals.

San Francisco workers recently began a trend of setting up desks in parking spots in an effort to demonstrate that too much prime real estate is being dedicated to cars.



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San Francisco is in societal and structural free-fall while simultaneously becoming one of the most expensive cities in the United States, thanks to socialist policies implemented by Democrats at the local and state level.

A new report by veteran journalist John Stossel offers the latest look at the tragedy befalling the Golden City.

“San Francisco’s homeless problem is awful — partly because government doesn’t enforce basic laws,” Stossel tweeted alongside his report. “Last year, there were more than 30,000 car break-ins in SF and police made an arrest in less than 2 percent of cases.”

In 2017, there was an average of 85 auto break-ins per day, and out of 81,000 such offenses from 2011 to 2017, only 13 arrests were made, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

Stossel likens parts of San Francisco to slums found in third world countries, showing the squatters and mentally unstable vagabonds who have taken over the streets.

“San Francisco is generous. It offers street people food stamps, free shelter, train tickets, and 70 dollars a month in cash,” Stossel notes.

“They’re always offering resources,” one drifter tells Stossel. “San Francisco is just a good place to hang out.”

Meanwhile, politicians have been promising to fix the city’s problems for many years, throwing more and more money and resources into the black hole – while things only get worse, frustrating local residents and business owners.

“The extra funding hasn’t worked,” Stossel explains. “The number of street people has grown most every year.”

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s largest homeless shelter was just approved to open in the upscale Embarcadero neighborhood amid a backlash from residents who raised over $100,000 on GoFundMe to oppose the project, citing concerns about safety and drug use.

Government watchdog organization Open the Books recently mapped out all the “human waste reportings” in San Francisco since 2011, and the results were shocking.



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San Francisco Airport (SFO) is facing a “surge” of transients who are often using the facility as a shelter, according to local media.

Airport officers and managers are reporting a tripling in contacts with homeless people over the past two years at SFO, where some public trains (BART) make their final stops for the night.

Figures obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle indicate that officials placed 1,139 calls regarding encounters with homeless at SFO in February alone, averaging to roughly 40 per day – a spike from approximately 12 daily in 2017.

“Bottom line, this particular arrival at night is an area of focus as a disproportionate number of riders on trains are homeless,” said SFO spokesman Doug Yakel. “We’ve been working with BART to examine where trains terminate for the night, and we’ve also requested that BART sweep trains for homeless before they arrive at SFO.”

Riders are reportedly given bus fare if they are discovered asleep on late trains arriving at SFO, but Yakel asserts that this measure is hardly mitigating the issue.

“The notion of pulling them off a BART train and putting them on a SamTrans bus is not solving the problem, it’s just shifting it,” he said.

BART is reportedly facing an annual fare evasion deficit of $25 million per year, and “can’t ticket fare evaders at the six San Mateo County stations — the airport, Daly City, Colma, South San Francisco, San Bruno and Millbrae — because the county opted out of the system back in 1961. The transit agency cannot enforce internal ordinances south of San Francisco,” the Chronicle reports.

“In dozens of official complaints to BART involving the SFO line dating back a year, also obtained through a public records request, irate passengers complained about a range of things relating to apparent homeless people, including foul smells, drug use, masturbation and panhandling. One woman said in March she had watched a woman shoot up drugs on a platform bench with the help of friends after leaving SFO.”



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