February 2014
Note: For additional stories about the west side of San Francisco, see the new issue of the Sunset Beacon.

Disputed Clement St. project delayed for more outreach
A controversial proposal to construct two buildings on corner lots at the intersection of 26th Avenue and Clement Street came up at the San Francisco Planning Commission in January, but commissioners quickly punted it down their calendar with a continuance, rescheduling it for the commission's Feb. 20 meeting.

New captain takes the helm
The lunar new year, the Year of the Green Wooden Horse, is supposed to bring speedy success. It already has, as it brings the Richmond District a new police station leader, Capt. Simon Silverman, who replaces Commander Sharon Ferrigno.

Woman's work creates organization to assist students
In the summer of 2004, Judy Grossman read an article in the San Francisco Chronicle that changed the course of her life. The article, by Gwen Knapp, outlined the struggles of the athletic director and soccer players of Mission High School, where 18 student-athletes needed funding to go a summer camp at UC Berkeley to hone their soccer skills.

Jazz Club hopes to capture locals for free concerts
Scott Silverberg always wanted to be a musician.


Capt. Simon Silverman: Police Beat

Supervisor Eric Mar: City Hall Update

Assemblyman Phil Ting: Helping Pay for College