Note: For additional stories about the west side of San
Francisco, see the new issue of the Richmond Review.
to the Editor
Taraval Streets Look to Revitalize District
Despite its strong working, middle-class stature in the City, the Sunset
District is feeling the effects of the present economic downturn. That
is why Sunset District Supervisor Carmen Chu is working with Mayor Gavin
Newsom's Office of Economic Development to help the district maintain
its long-standing quality of life.
Lake Rain Runoff Poses Health Hazard
The Stern Grove Summer Festival will begin its third year since the
completion of a $20 million renovation project that featured the work
of world-renowned landscape architect Lawrence Halpern.
Ready to Enforce Employee Transit Programs Passed Last Year
Enforcement of a city ordinance requiring businesses to offer their
employees a commuter transit program will begin this month according
to city officials. The ordinance, passed last year, went into effect
in January and mandates businesses with 20 or more employees to offer
one of three employee transit programs.
Artists Enjoys Weaving, Creating Collages
"Weaving is magic," says artisan Kate Dopheide.
Turns Backyards into Urban Farms
Richmond and Sunset district residents know one thing about their neighborhoods
- it's cold and foggy, so the idea of maintaining an outdoor garden
seems like an arduous task.
Paul Chignell: Police Beat
Carmen Chu: Muni Improvements Coming
M. Lee: Obama's Homeowner Plan