Agency Votes to Support
Geary Business Owners
The SF Small Business Commission passed a resolution at its
Jan. 29 meeting calling for an economic impact study to be conducted
as part of the Geary Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) planning process.
The commission voted unanimously to call for the study after
hearing testimony from dozens of Richmond District merchants
who showed up to testify about the dangers of the transportation
plan being proffered by the SF Transportation Authority (TA).
Judge Tells V.A. to
Continue E.A. for Lab
Two neighborhood groups won a small victory in their legal
battle against the Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC),
located at Clement Street and 42nd Avenue, over its plans to
build a new research lab.
City to Ring in Lunar
New Year: Year of the Boar
Just as San Franciscans are sweeping up the last of the New
Year's confetti, a new set of preparations are underway to celebrate
another of the City's most revered traditions - the Chinese
New Year. Exploding firecrackers on Feb. 18 will signal that
the Year of the Boar has begun.
Local Historian is
Author of 'Historic Photos' Series
It is daytime. Some men are wearing three-piece suits and
bowler hats. Some have dark, dirty pants and vests on. There
are also a few girls in the crowd, some wearing long dresses
and hats with bows.
Dancer Struts for
Better Treatment of Disabled
Music and motion are life for Lisa-Anice Sutphen, a San Francisco
dance instructor and physical health enthusiast with four master's
degrees in dance.
Capt. Sandra Tong:
John M. Lee: Spring
Selling Season Soon
Mayor Gavin Newsom:
WiFi is Good Deal for City
McGoldrick: Is WiFi Deal Good Enough?
Ma: Update from Sacramento
Sen. Leland Yee: My
Office is at Your Service