Recap of police activity in the Sunset District.
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News from the Sunset District.
A 13-building development planned at the University of California’s Laurel Heights
campus, a 10-acre site located at 3333 California St., has already drawn community
opposition, even as it is being reviewed by the SF Planning Department.
Plans for constructing a new tennis court complex and clubhouse in Golden Gate Park
are moving forward, with fundraising efforts approaching the estimated amount needed
and construction expected to start sometime early next year.
Former SF Police Chief Anthony Ribera was the guest speaker at a meeting of the
neighborhood group Stop Crime SF.
One San Francisco supervisor, the Richmond District’s Sandra Lee Fewer, asked the SF
Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) to come up with a study of options for addressing
this issue after it offered a previous solution that the SF Fire Depart ment (SFFD) deemed
SYS is an organization that provides students with job training and
social work services.
More than 15 San Francisco neighborhoods could burn to the ground due to a lack of water at the SF Fire Department’s disposal after a major earthquake. A plan to expand […]
The Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) launched a new exhibit in November
titled “Chinese in the Sunset,” a project about the lives of Chinese Americans in the Outer
Police activity in the Richmond District
Going forward, all evidence points to more of what we’ve seen during the several years
since the passage of the 2014 bond: the SFPUC careening back and forth from one
implausible “band aid” scheme to another while avoiding an actual expansion of the
amazingly efficient high-pressure hydrant system.
The Ortega Branch Library will host a 10-week-long introductory session for students in
the first through third grades who want to learn Mandarin.
The free series will examine the major events, accomplishments and relationships that
shaped the participants’ lives.