to the Editor
Ambitious Plan to Rebuild
Recreation Facilities in Trouble
In 1999 the SF Recreation and Park Department parlayed an assessment
of the city's ailing 227 facilities into an ambitious $400 million,
10-year capital improvement plan.
'Managed Retreat' Planned
for Ocean Beach
By the numbers, it is "Resolution 001-02-COE Ocean Beach." Its unanimous
passage by the SF Commission on the Environment in January means Richmond
and Sunset district residents will be able to witness the forces of
nature adjacent to the Great Highway do what comes naturally - pounding
New Captain Takes Helm
at Richmond Police Station
Capt. Marsha Ashe spent her first days on the job as the Richmond District's
top cop reading through old police reports - something only another
successful 20-year veteran might appreciate.
Public Comments on Sanctuary
On Jan. 15, ocean aficionados, marine conservationists, concerned citizens
and regulatory agents gathered in the Marina District to talk about
plans for local national marine sanctuaries.
Trouble for Some City Birds
According to Audubon Count
Despite afternoon rains, Audubon Society birders successfully scoured
the City Dec. 27 looking for all the birds they could find between San
Bruno and The Golden Gate.
Project to Preserve History
While most San Franciscans know something about the history and culture
of the Mission District or Haight Ashbury, few know much about the western
side of the City.
Duke and Daniel Back in the
Saddle at DD Cycles
No bicycle under the holiday tree? Unlucky and outbid at the recent
San Francisco Bicycle Coalition auctions? Looking for recycled parts
to restore and resurrect a trusty "cruiser" presently hosting spider
webs in the garage?
Arion Press Still makes Books
the Old Fashioned Way
Even though the world is now caught up in the "digital age," Arion Press
is undaunted. Its endeavor of producing limited editions of finely printed
and bound books is still in demand, and owner Andrew Hoyem is optimistic
about the future.
MetroPCS Withdraws from
Geary Antenna Site
City a Canvas for Golden Gate
Art Club Artists
All Plastic Bottles OK for Recycling
David Heller: Helping
Create A Better Community
Ginny Kolmar: Miz Brown's
Paul Kozakiewicz: Yee
is Best Choice to Serve in Assembly
John M. Lee:
Real Estate is A Good Investment
Supervisor Jake McGoldrick:
Prop. D is a Much-needed Reform Measure
Alan Oliver: Child to
Young Adult in the Transition Zone
Leland Yee: Do You Get
What You Vote For?