Sunset Beacon

October 2002

Sunset Spotlight/Police Blotter/Letters to the Editor

District 4 Candidates Make Best Pitch for Voters' Support

Surfriders Tackle Ocean Beach Cleanup
With Indian Summer in progress and Ocean Beach showing signs of overuse, the local chapter of the Surfrider Foundation is taking efforts to provide stewardship and help cleaning up the beach.

Delays Repairing Lakes Cause Costs to Balloon
Ten years after voters approved a $76 million bond measure to restore Golden Gate Park to its former glory, work has finally gotten underway to rehabilitate North Lake, but the delay has proven costly.

Controversy Erupts Over Bison Paddock Design
After months of acrimony between members of a volunteer group and the City over an $800,000 plan to build a new paddock for the bison that live in Golden Gate Park, a compromise plan is being hammered out.

Parkside Composer Hits Right Notes on New CD
Above the traffic and the ring of the streetcar on Taraval Street, there lives a composer, Frank Levin, who hears these sounds and makes them into music.

Master Hair Cutter Paul Lee Entertains and Surprises
To see Paul Lee on the street, with his cuffed blue jeans and "Grease" hair style, one would never imagine he was an expert hair cutter and devoted family man. Yet Lee runs a thriving shop on Ninth Avenue and is the proud father of two little girls, Helen and Veronica.


Paul Kozakiewicz: Time to End the Monopoly on City's Legal Advertising Business

John M. Lee: Are We In a Real Estate Bubble?

Police Beat: Capt. Denis O'Leary