Sunset Beacon
August 2008

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

Police Blotter/Sunset Spotlight/Letter to the Editor

Butterfly Count Breaks Records

Despite count records being broken this year by the 14th Annual San Francisco Butterfly Count, the organizer for the event still stresses how difficult it is for butterflies to live in an urban environment and that further efforts to help preserve them are necessary.

Church Gets OK to Build at Closed Noriega St. Bank Site

The SF Planning Commission unanimously voted July 17 to OK the current design of a new church proposed by the Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit.

First New Research Building Since '60s to be Built at UCSF

Plans for a new UCSF stem cell research building have been in the works for years. Now, it has a new site.


Police Beat: Capt. Paul Chignell: Taraval Traffic Enforcement

John M. Lee: How to Tell Market Bottom

Supervisor Carmen Chu: Merchant Summit Coming

Sen. Leland Yee: Autumn Moon Festival Coming