March 2007

Police Blotter/Richmond Roundup/Letters to the Editor

Debate Rages Over Coyotes in Parks, Presidio

The wild coyotes that can now be found in San Francisco parks and the Presidio are still being considered an unsolved problem, and a potential public threat, by some members of the community.

Coalition Votes to Support Economic Impact Study

The SF Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods voted Feb. 20 to support the district's merchants in their fight for an economic impact study concerning the city's planned improvements to the Muni #38 bus line.

Skateboarders Look for Home in Golden Gate Park

Could skateboarders finally have a place of refuge all their own in western San Francisco? Possibly.

San Juan Bautista Set Up City of San Francisco

People who go to Mountain Lake Park often stumble upon a little-known oddity, a rock in the middle of a small field at the lake's edge that has a plaque mounted on it. The plaque is designated to Juan Bautista de Anza, the Spanish explorer who camped at this site on March 27, 1776.

Filmmaker to Get Due at Asian American Fest

While celebrating 25 years of progressive Asian filmmaking, The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival has chosen to recognize a pioneer of Asian American cinema and a Richmond District resident, Spencer Nakasako.


Paul Kozakiewicz: Supervisor Thumbs Nose at Constituents

Capt. Sandra Tong: Police Beat

John M. Lee: Confusing Real Estate Market

Supervisor Jake McGoldrick: Public Property, Public Benefits

Assemblywoman Fiona Ma: Update from Sacramento

Sen. Leland Yee: Improve Student Success