Supervisor Katy Tang shares community updates for the Sunset District.
On Oct. 12, the Planning Commission granted Barbary Coast Collective approval
to open a location at 2161-2165 Irving St., once again over significant neighborhood
opposition, and, once again, that decision will be appealed to the Board of Supervisors.
The National Park Service (NPS) announced in October that it has permanently ended
the planning and rule making process intended to establish new regulations related to
dog management at the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA).
Taiko drumming also elicits feelings of camaraderie and community in the
Historic photo of Muni streetcar.
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.
Due to popular demand, the SF Recreation and Park Department is extending the
popular illumination of the historic Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park
through Nov. 26.
If you surveyed San Franciscans and asked them to name the most pressing issues that
we face as a city, homelessness would be on everyone’s list.
This month, property
taxes is the recurring issue that has been weighing heavily on people’s minds.
There will be almost no emergency water supplies for the SFFD to use in
these neighborhoods for fighting fires after the “big one” hits.
Early photo of carousel at Children’s Playground in Golden Gate Park.
Things to do in the Sunset District.
The SF Fire Department held a community safety fair on Sept. 20 at Fire Station 19,
Battalion 8, located at 390 Buckingham Way.
Over the past year, Cory compiled her previous writings and added
original content for a new book, titled “Two Worlds at the Same Time: Full
Spectrum Improvisation for the Theatre and Life.”
Commentary by Quentin Kopp.