Reworked to Create New Park Pavilion
After weeks of careful reconstruction, the San Francisco Botanical
Gardens (SFBG) is ready to unveil its historic renovation of
the Rhododendron Garden.
Serving as the centerpiece is a new stone pavilion featuring
stone remnants of a 12th century Spanish monastery brought to
San Francisco by William Randall Hearst in the '20s. The garden
is slated to open in September.
GGNRA Management Plan
For people who have been wanting to say something to the Golden
Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) as it prepares a long-range
development plan, it is not too late. The GGNRA will be developing
a General Management Plan, which will determine the future of
the national park, until the fall of 2009.
Group Argues for
Removal of Hetch Hethcy Reservoir
Tuan Nguyen, who now serves as San Francisco field director
for the non-profit organization Restore Hetch Hetchy, made a
presentation in support of restoring the valley.
Larsen Was a Pioneer,
Living in Sand Dunes That Became SF
Carl Larsen, one of San Francisco's best loved old-time characters,
was founder and owner of the Tivoli Cafe and the donor of two
McGoldrick: Cans Return, Ballot Propositions
Capt. Sandra Tong:
Gavin Newsom: City's Tsunami Warning Plan
Leland Yee: Autumn Moon Festival