Roundup/Letters to the Editor
it Means to be Part of a NEIGHBORHOOD EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM
Sutro Heights Restoration
Plans Move Forward
Awaiting funds, the United States National Park Service has drawn up
plans to alter the Cliff House, improve interpretation at the former
Sutro Bath site and move the NPS visitor center and the Musee Mechanique
up the hill to the parking lot on Merry Way.
Neighbors Ink New
Deal for Lucky on Clement St.
Two years after negotiating an agreement to bring a Lucky supermarket
to the Outer Richmond District, the Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association
(LPNA) signed a second agreement last month that clears the way for
a smaller store to be built on the site this winter.
Decision Over Fate of Controversial
Lake Street Property Delayed
Kenneth Lew and his wife Monique own a 900-square-foot, two-story home
at 1725 Lake St., between 18th and 19th avenues. They want to add two
floors to the building, expanding it to 2,800-square-feet.
Special Events Planned
for Asian Art's Closure
After 35 years in Golden Gate Park, the Asian Art Museum is biding farewell
to its old site with a free, five-day celebration in October before
moving to its new site at the old Main Library.
Residents Honored; Crime
Down Except Aggravated Assaults
Eight Richmond District residents were honored at the monthly meeting
of the SF Police Commission on Wednesday, Aug. 22, at the Richmond Police
Family Unites by Breaking
Down 'The Wall'
By breaking down a wall, the SF Planning Commission made it possible
for a family to unite.
Springer: Police Beat
John M. Lee:
Preparing a Home for Sale is Important
Ginny Kolmar: Ichiraku
Rev. John Oda: Uniting
the District's Diverse Community
Phyllis Bauman: 92 Years
Old and Still Giving the Gift of Love
Pat Swendsen: Playland
was our Adventure