looks for new operators to expand Boathouse
Despite the popularity of its pink popcorn, the Boathouse
at Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park is sinking deeper into disrepair,
as the city's Recreation and Park Department seeks a long-term
agreement with an operator who is willing to sink a few hundred
thousand dollars into saving the aging building.
parking meters draw praise, ire
On Jan. 5, the San Francisco Municipal Transit Authority (SFMTA)
board unanimously passed a resolution to install parking meters
on both sides of Balboa Street, between Third and Seventh avenues.
The two-hour-limit meters will operate from the hours of 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
Society appeals park soccer field plan
The Golden Gate Chapter of the Audubon Society filed an appeal
to the SF Board of Supervisors on Jan. 12 to examine more closely
the environmental affects of renovation plans proposed for the
soccer fields near the Beach Chalet in Golden Gate Park.
BRT plan looks at tunnels, bikes
The SF County Transportation Authority released some preliminary
plans for the planned Geary Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) program
for Geary Boulevard on Jan. 28.
Hay Fat Choy' rings in Year of the Tiger
This year, Feb. 14 will be doubly auspicious. Not only is
it Valentine's Day, but it is also the first day of the Chinese
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