Note: For additional stories about the west side of San
Francisco, see the new issue of the Richmond Review.
Fines to Double on 19th Avenue
Traffic fines on 19th Avenue and Park Presidio Boulevard doubled as
of New Year's Day. The new law will raise the fines for speeding, reckless
driving, unlawful passing or overtaking, drunken driving and other serious
Service Declares Ocean Beach 'Tsunami Ready'
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) officials declared
in December that San Francisco had completed the NOAA National Weather
Service "TsunamiReady" program, better equipping the City to prepare
and warn its citizens about tsunamis.
10 Years of Planning, Sava Pool Opens
Years of waiting and more than a decade of planning culminated in the
opening of Sava Pool on Dec. 20, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, swim
races and water performances.
Sutro's Forgotten Trail Discovered
Mount Sutro is a significant open space located at the center of San
Francisco's urban landscape. Adjacent to the landmark Sutro Tower, Mt.
Sutro was named in honor of former San Francisco mayor and entrepreneur
Paul Chignell: Police Beat
Carmen Chu: Pool Opens, Clean-up Day
M. Lee: Real Estate Year in Review