October 2007

Police Blotter/Richmond Roundup

PAR Urges City To Take It Slow with Geary BRT Proposal

The Planning Association for the Richmond (PAR) has proposed implementing a controversial Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) in two phases so potentially negative impacts to the neighborhood, and local merchants, can be mitigated.

Effort to Recall McGoldrick Comes Up Short, Appeal Denied

The effort to unseat District 1 Supervisor Jake McGoldrick came up short in September when the SF Department of Elections ruled that there were not enough valid signatures to qualify for the Feb. 5 ballot.

New Police Captain Takes Helm at Richmond Station

There is a new top cop at the Richmond Police Station. He is dressed like some of the other officers, in a black SF Police Department (SFPD) T-shirt and black slacks. He greets people with a smile and a firm handshake. But he isn't an ordinary patrol officer - he is the new station captain.

Richmond Democrats Hammer Out Issues

Municipal election candidates and ballot measures are spinning around and around in the conversations of many people these days - Election Day, Nov. 6, must be near.

Author Opens New Chapter In Life After Taking Art Lessons

At 70 years of age, Herbert Kohl, an esteemed educator and writer, took an exciting unexpected turn in his life when he walked into the Joseph Fine Arts School on Clement Street.


Supervisor Jake McGoldrick: Update on District Issues

Capt. Sandra Tong: Police Beat

Assemblywoman Fiona Ma: Women and Long-term Care

Scott Hauge: Vote "Yes" on Proposition I

Peter Warfield: Vote "No" on Proposition D