Blotter/Letter to the Editor
Residents Want to Pull the Plug on Antennae Sites
Residents in the Sunset and Richmond districts staged two separate demonstrations
against cellular antenna sites being proposed for two predominantly
residential areas, 1935 32nd Ave., between Pacheco and Ortega streets,
and the corner of Geary Boulevard and 11th Avenue.
Works to Relieve Court's Logjam
The top judge in San Francisco is about to administer a stiff
dose of medicine to an ailing criminal justice system. Presiding Judge
Ronald Quidachay has decided that one way to stop the fingerpointing
and break a logjam of felony cases threatening to paralyze the judicial
pipeline is to make more courtrooms available in January.
Road Closure Plan Announced
In January, SF Supervisor Matt Gonzalez will try again to introduce
controversial legislation to close a portion of Golden Gate Park to
motor vehicles - something San Francisco voters have already rejected
twice at the ballot box.
of the Horse' Riding in with Lunar New Year
As partygoers valiantly apply ice packs to their foreheads after ringing
in 2002 with champagne and fireworks, San Francisco will be gearing
up for yet another equally splendid event - the Chinese New Year.
Ravens Attack Dog at Ocean
Circling, attacking ravens have been reported in the Outer Sunset District.
No, this is not a Hitchcock movie - it's real life at Ocean Beach.
Lawn Bowling Club Celebrates
Kozakiewicz: Israel Support Should Have Strings Attached
M. Lee: Real Estate Year in Review
Tuchow: Support for Israel is Proper and Well Deserved
Leland Yee: It's Not Pavement