November 2007

Note: For additional stories about the west side of San Francisco,
see the new issue of the Sunset Beacon.

Police Blotter/Richmond Roundup/Letters to the Editor

Proposed Walled Garden in Golden Gate Park Raises Questions

Along Fulton Street, stretching from 31st to 33rd avenues, is a cluster of trees that creates a wooded area. Located behind Spreckels Lake, the area provides a dirt path for joggers, walkers and hikers to enjoy. But some residents and neighborhood groups are worried this bucolic setting might become a walled garden.

Public Concerns Over 25th Ave. Plan

A plan proposed by the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority (MTA) to improve the 25th Avenue corridor between Fulton and California streets - one of the busiest in the Richmond District - is causing jitters among area residents.

Two Students Hit by Vehicles

Since school started at the end of August, several children have been hit by vehicles as they are dropped off before school or when they are being picked up after school.

Tennessee Hollow Restoration Options Under Deliberation

The Presidio Trust has released the Tennessee Hollow Watershed Environmental Assessment Project Update, which details the long-term plans to restore the natural watershed at the Presidio.

Artistic Husband and Wife Team in Hot Demand on Internet

Richmond District residents and power couple Ann Perlstrauss and Leonid Korchemsky are sought after world-renowned artists whose creations are sold in prestigious galleries around the world, including Belgium, Russia, Canada and locally in San Francisco. Through their artistry, they have recreated their lifelong adventures and experiences to show the world their true love of living.


Paul Kozakiewicz: Look out: Election Trojan Horse

Supervisor Jake McGoldrick: Jessica's Law, Transit Issues