Roundup/Letters to the Editor/Historical
Alexandria Theater Sold,
The Alexandria Theater, a landmark in the Richmond District since 1923,
was sold to a group of investors for $6.5 million in February.
350 Units of Housing
Favored for Former Hospital
Neighbors say pleas ignored
Officials with the Presidio Trust signaled their preference for a plan
that would give developers the green light to build up to 350 units
of housing on the site of the former Public Health Service Hospital.
The plan would preserve the environmentally-sensitive Battery Caulfield
New Supervisor Follows
in Family Footsteps Ê
Supervisor Michela Alioto-Pier's office on the second floor in City
Hall is just around the corner from Room 200, where 30 years ago, her
grandfather, Joseph L. Alioto, held court for eight years as mayor of
San Francisco. "I was close with my grandfather and he was very helpful
to me," she said.
Hearing on Fate of Central
Supervisor wants governor to halt project
In a move that caught some of his colleagues off-guard, SF Supervisor
Bevan Dufty introduced a resolution in January asking Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
to halt the rebuilding of the Central Freeway.
City Controller Ed Harrington has accused the staff of a city agency
that spends millions of dollars a year on transportation-related projects
of playing fast and loose with the public's money.
Tong: Police Beat
Supervisor Jake McGoldrick:
Benefits of Zoning
Another Fight Over Fate of Central Fwy.
John M. Lee:
Winning the Bidding War
SF Dept. of the Environment:
Why Buy Solar this Year?
Leland Yee: APA Leadership
- Now is the Time