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Plans Released, Neighbors Want Mitigation Measures
After months of suspense, two developers competing for
the right to turn the historic Public Health Service Hospital (PHSH)
in the Presidio into residential housing unveiled proposals that had
many features in common.
Testify for Renaming Library after Sen. Milton Marks
San Francisco community members representing the Richmond District testified
on a proposal to rename the Richmond Branch Library in honor of the
late Sen. Milton Marks at Town Hall Meeting held at the Richmond Community
Center. The meeting was hosted by SF Supervisor Jake McGoldrick, District
Boards Approve Lease for GG Park Garage
Plans for building a parking garage underneath the Music Concourse in
Golden Gate Park took a big step forward when a ground lease for the
project won the approval of two key city boards.
Initiatives Sorted Out at Forum
A forum hosted by the Sunset Parkside Education and Action Committee
(SPEAK) in the Sunset District gave city residents an overview of the
14 propositions that will appear on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.
Proposed Housing Plan Comes Under Fire
Sunset District residents were among the more than 100 speakers at a
SF Planning Commission meeting on a controversial citywide Housing Element
plan. The plan would increase housing density while easing minimum restrictions
for parking spaces inside residential buildings.
Force Puts the Kibosh on Defective Housing
A suspected crack house, a dilapidated building with garbage piling
up, a landlord who fails to provide heat, repairs or a smoke detector
- if these situations exist, whom do you call and what can be done?
Candidates Fight to Get Message Out
Three mayoral candidates have been criss-crossing the City stumping
for votes, despite being treated as fringe candidates who do not have
a chance of winning the Nov. 4 election. Candidates Roger Schulke, Jim
Reid and Michael Denny have been trying to get media coverage and inclusion
into many of the city's debates and political forums.
Set to Catch Red-light Runners on Park Presidio
Three Park Presidio Boulevard intersections will be monitored by traffic
cameras to catch red-light runners as the SF Department of Parking and
Traffic (DPT) continues to combat San Francisco's higher-than-usual
pedestrian fatality rate.
Festival a Celebration of Flight
Richmond Residents Sought
for Geary Transit-corridor Study
A Challenge for Richmond District Residents
Kozakiewicz: Give Them An Inch - They'll Take a Mile
Tong: Police Beat
Supervisor Jake McGoldrick:
We Must Protect our Civil Liberties
M. Lee: Real Estate and the 'Net'
Assemblyman Leland Yee:
Identity Theft - the Fight Starts Locally