Sunset Beacon
May 2007

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

Sunset Spotlight/Police Blotter

Plan OK'd for 200 Condos at Arden Wood

Arden Wood has negotiated a contract for the sale of a significant portion of its property on Wawona Street between 15th and 19th avenues.

Plan to Improve Lake Merced Watershed Continues

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (PUC) is designing a long-term plan to improve and enhance the greater Lake Merced watershed, with the goal of better accommodating the interests of boaters, fishermen, joggers and cyclists while simultaneously increasing the quality of the wild ecosystem and the natural resources of the watershed.

New Restoration Efforts in Works at Lands End

As part of the plan to improve Lands End, which re-opened to the public last November, a mediated ecological restoration plan will also be included for areas at the national park site.

Canvas Cafe Shuts Doors, Seafood Restaurant to Open

Offering $3 pints of beer and other drink specials along with DJ-hosted music all night long, the Canvas Cafe had its going out of business party on April 28.

Lincoln High School's 'Health Idol' Features Winners

It's a competition that would leave even American Idol judge Simon Cowell speechless.

Group Created to SPEAK for Sunset, Parkside Preservation Issues

There is one organization that is fighting for the aesthetic of the old Sunset District. The Sunset Parkside Education and Action Committee, or SPEAK, was founded in 1969 by a group of ministers and businessmen.

Supervisor Ed Jew: Update on District Happenings

Assemblywoman Fiona Ma: Tribute to CA Peace Officers

Sen. Leland Yee: Future of Health Care in California

Restaurant Review: Pisces