Bluoz: with Mayor Ed Lee's city funded Mid Market community ambassadors
Bluoz+: the building houses a drug testing and ankle bracelet monitoring program for offenders
a central market community ambassador responds
Hi I am one of the central market ambassador in your picture. I really appreciate your effort informing the community about our job. But I believe you totally got the hole image wrong,infact we did inform them they shouldn't be doing that since we are not peace officer's we can't enforce the Law.what we do is inform the Law enforcement. We will be glad to show you what we deal around and even can provide you with pictures and videos on our personal and work phones that the program and the ambassadors are working hard to achieve every city residents dream to clean san Franciscos streets. Don't hesitate to contact the office or any individual in the team. We look forward working with you. Personally I know you are working hard to change people life you see around TL and market st, we have the same goal let's work together. Thanks for your concern and information. Really appreciate.
It should be noted that the yellow jacket community ambassadors are not the same as the brown jacket Central market community guides which are privately funded via a levy on local business. The yellow jacket in the below photo is Department of Public Works (DPW), a city agency
the problem in this photo is that DPW is involved (again) with cleanup at the property, which is 1035 Market Street, which could result in fines for the building owner