Roundup/Letters to the Editor/Historical
photo: Francis Da Silva
Richmond Beat: Jeffrie Peterson at the Blue Danube
Cafe on Clement St., where
an exhibition by the artist opened in Decmber.
in Fulton St. Shooting
Flower bouquets and letters of remembrance still adorn a streetlight
pole near the intersection of Fulton Street and 17th Avenue where San
Francisco resident Dmitry Romasenko, 21, was shot to death Nov. 15.
Money for Richmond
Library Shot Down; City to Reapply for Grant
The state of California turned down an application by the city of San
Francisco for $5.1 million of Prop. 14 funds to renovate the Richmond
Branch Library, saying it failed to adequately expand the library's
book collection and explain its technology plan.
Big Fight at
Roosevelt over School Newspaper
A firestorm has engulfed Roosevelt Middle School because the principal
cut a popular journalism class.
puts Strict Limits on Bonfires at Ocean Beach
Starting in January, the public's ability to enjoy bonfires at Ocean
Beach will be limited to a small stretch of sand between Lincoln Way
and Fulton Street.
OK Plan to Build Underground Garage in Park
In November, the S.F. Board of Supervisors put its seal of approval
on a controversial plan to build a $50 million, 800-space parking garage
underneath the Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park.
Element needs Work, Critics Claim
More than 100 people attended a meeting at St. Brendan's Parish Hall
Nov. 19 to discuss the city's Housing Element, now being deliberated
upon by the SF Planning Commission.
DA Candidates Slug it Out at PAR Forum
Accusations flew and tempers flared as district attorney and mayoral
hopefuls stated their views to members of the Planning Association for
the Richmond (PAR) at a meeting Nov. 12.
Man' Debuts Art at Richmond District Cafe
Jeffrie Peterson watches the neighborhood wake up every morning, drinking
a cup of coffee at the Blue Danube Cafe on Clement Street. And now the
neighborhood wakes up with Peterson - his most recent paintings - "Insinuendo"
- are gracing the cafe's walls through December.
School Groups Tour
Ocean Beach Treatment Plant
In the hope of making San Francisco residents more aware of the city's
effort to clean wastewater before it enters the ocean, the SF Public
Utilities Commission (PUC) has organized tours of the Oceanside Treatment
Plant and Southeast Treatment Plant for San Francisco students.
Tong: Police Beat
John M. Lee:
Housing - Newsom vs. Gonzalez
Supervisor Jake McGoldrick:
Parking in the Park
Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi:
Energy Bill Looks Backward
SF Dept. of Environment:
Alternative Gifts for the Holidays
Leland Yee: Holiday Safety
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