Sunset Beacon
January 2007

Note: For additional stories about the west side of San Francisco, see the January 2007 issue of the Richmond Review

Sunset Spotlight/Police Blotter

Sunset Residents Push for Faster Action on 19th Ave.

The wheels of change in city government turn slowly, but not those of automobiles on 19th Avenue, one of San Francisco's most perilous boulevards.

Historic Documents Find Home at California's Sutro Library

When you drive along the winding road between Lake Merced and the Stonestown Galleria, you may until now have been overlooking one of San Francisco's greatest treasures. Nestled within a curve of Winston Drive sits a historical powerhouse: the Sutro Library. This deceptively petite-looking building contains one of the largest collections of genealogical history in the country.

Parkmerced Residents Fear Expansion Plans SFSU Plans to Grow Campus

Development plans announced by San Francisco State University are distressing the residents of one quiet San Francisco neighborhood, resulting in more than one legal scuffle and the possibility of more to come.


John M. Lee: Sunset Real Estate Year in Review

Supervisor Ed Jew: Representing You at City Hall