captain takes reins at Richmond Police Station
After 28 years in the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD),
Capt. Richard L. Corriea feels his recent appointment as commanding
officer at Richmond Station is like "going home."
BRT plan to go for EIR review
Legal wrangling and complaints about failures to respond to
residents' concerns are some of the problems currently plaguing
Geary Boulevard's planned Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.
Civil War-era homes in the Presidio being revitalized
They are among the oldest buildings in the Presidio, dating
back to the Civil War. Now, a half-dozen historic former officers'
homes along Funston Avenue have been given new life.
Presidio trail links two popular areas
Work has begun on a new pathway that will connect two of the
Presidio's most popular destinations - Immigrant Point Scenic
Overlook and the California Coastal Trail.
documents rise of U.S. power in Pacific
The Bindlestiff theater group produced "Shadows of War" at
the Presidio Officers Club Dec. 4. The free multi-media production,
which incorporates live actors and music silhouetted against
a backdrop of historical photos, illustrates the stories of
the prominent Lopez family.
restoration at El Polin Springs
The next phase of the long anticipated habitat restoration
project at Tennessee Hollow in the Presidio has begun, drawing
more than 100 volunteers for the inaugural volunteer kick-off
on Nov. 22.
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