Toyota Gets OK to Expand into Closed
The SF Planning Commission unanimously approved a Conditional
Use Permit March 16 for San Francisco Toyota to occupy the closed
Cala at Geary Boulevard and Fourth Avenue.
Fire Ban Proposed for
The Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) is set to
ban bonfires at Ocean Beach.
District's Playgrounds Get a 'C'
It wasn't just another day at the park. When more than 100
San Franciscans took to all 144 of the City's playgrounds on
a sunny Saturday in February, they had more than play on their
minds. The swarm of volunteers, armed with survey forms, turned
a jaundiced eye on every playground to compile a report card
for San Francisco facilities.
New Plaque Recognizes
The Lincoln Highway - the nation's first direct transcontinental
highway, running from New York City to San Francisco - was completed
in 1913. Its story is now contained on a new plaque installed
at Lincoln Park last month.
Budding Authors Trio
of Richmond Buddies Grew Up Fast
A generation ago, the question most frequently asked was, "Where
were you on December 7, 1941?" For Carl Swendsen, and his buddies,
Normand Black and Ken Ross, the answer is both simple and complex,
and it triggers a host of memories.
St. John's 100th Anniversary
in the Richmond District
St John's Presbyterian Church is now celebrating its 100th
anniversary in the Richmond District.
John M. Lee: City Needs
Capt. Sandra Tong:
McGoldrick: Increase the Minimum Wage
Jose Luis Moscovich:
Let BRT Study Get the Facts