Roundup/Letters to the Editor
Start the Presses:
'Roosevelt Highlights' to Resume Publishing
The award-winning journalism program that publishes "Roosevelt Highlights"
has been restored at Roosevelt Middle School and students are hustling
to get out the first issue of the year.
Lawsuits Spur Walk to Educate
Businesses could be hit with fines for ADA non-compliance
Armed with a grant from the City, small business owners, disability
advocates and Supervisors Fiona Ma and Jake McGoldrick walked the streets
in the Richmond and Sunset districts in January to educate small business
owners who may be vulnerable to disability access lawsuits.
Presidio Branch Library
Moves Toward Landmark Status
The proposal to designate the Presidio Branch Library as a historical
landmark moved forward when the SF Planning Commission approved the
nod Jan. 15.
Year of the Monkey
rings in Lunar New Year
February may seem early for spring cleaning,
but not when you are celebrating Chinese New Year, whose celebration
began Jan. 22 and ends Feb. 7 and ushers in the Year of the Monkey.
Musician Brings Message
Few Presidio Middle School and Lafayette Elementary
School students knew of the legendary folk music group, Peter, Paul
and Mary, but most of them knew the group's song, "Puff the Magic Dragon."
Richmond Library Gets
In a popular decision, the SF Library Commission voted Jan. 6 to rename
the Richmond Branch Library after the late state Sen. Milton Marks.
Tong: Police Beat
Supervisor Jake McGoldrick:
Update on Park Stables
John M. Lee:
Effect of Politics on Real Estate
SF Dept. of the Environment:
Lifeline Rates and Special Services
Leland Yee: Feng Shui -
Living in Harmony with the Environment