New Captain Takes Command
at Richmond Station
Entering the Richmond Police Station's door at Sixth Avenue near Geary
Boulevard the public is welcome, even with the latest security measures
in place. Approaching the big window, as if walking up to a box office
at a theater, two police officers are attending to phone calls and assisting
a mother and her two teenagers have just walked in to file a report
their new car being vandalized.
"I can't believe it!" exclaimed the mother. "It happened
right out in front of our house. Both front tires are gone."
Demolition of Central Freeway
Coming in February
San Francisco is launching a $45 million plan to replace the Central
Freeway, damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake, with a model that
attempts to tackle the larger problems of transportation, housing and
pedestrian safety in transit-intensive neighborhoods.
Musee Mecanique Gets New Home
at Pier 45
San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown and supervisors Tony Hall and Aaron
Peskin dedicated a new space at Pier 45 Dec. 20 to house the San Francisco
Museum and Historical Society and the Musee Mecanique.
Input Needed to Choose Artwork
for Richmond Library
As part of the Branch Library Improvement Art Enrichment Program, three
Bay Area artists have been selected by the Richmond Branch Community
Artist Selection Panel to prepare proposals for artwork to be displayed
at the renovated Richmond Branch Library, located at 351 Ninth Ave.
Concourse Authority Gives Garage
The Golden Gate Park Concourse Authority approved final design plans
Dec. 6 for an underground garage in the Music and Museum concourses
in Golden Gate Park.
Doctor Uses Hypnotic Trance to
Dr. Jonathan Gray imagines his clients achieving a relaxed state where
their concentration is improved and things come to them with ease, where
any past habits can be overcome and they are filled with a sense of
Caper Cutters Still Swinging
St. Paul's Church Hall bustles with color, movement and sound every
Monday night when the San Francisco Caper Cutters take over. They "bend
the line," "slip the clutch," "box the gnat,"
"pass the ocean," "sweep a quarter," "do the
California twirl," "recycle" and then "promenade
Ginny Kolmar: Best
Supervisor Jake McGoldrick:
New Year Renewals
Capt. Sandra Tong: Police
John M. Lee: The Real Estate
Year in Review
Mark Westlund: City
Achieves Recycling Aim