Bernal and Glen Park Neighbors Seek Traffic Calming in “The Cut” by Matthew Roth on June 28, 2010 By the time the political tides had turned against ripping up neighborhoods to make way for freeways in the late 1950s, the result of the San Francisco freeway revolt, many areas had already been substantially altered to […]
Archives for June 2010
Staff at the Glen Park Rec center say someone (they’re saying it was kids) lite the garbage cans outside the rec center on fire early Wednesday morning. There was some damage to the inside of the building, but it was put out before it could spread very far. Unfortunately it burns part of the mural […]
Summer’s here and the flowers are going crazy. It’s time for after-dinner constitutionals and weekend wandering around our lovely neighborhood. Our wandering photographer Michael Waldstein caught this lovely bit of floral wonder on Poppy Lane recently.
S.F.’s buried streams may see the light of day Kelly Zito, Chronicle Staff Writer San Francisco ChronicleSunday, June 13, 2010 Carved between ocean and bay, the city of San Francisco owes its contours to saltwater in a way few other cities do. But a new wave of thinking about the city’s water future would resurrect […]
BART meeting Tuesday, April 6, 2010 St. John’s School, Glen Park Notes by Elizabeth Weise, Glen Park News There’s been much concern among some Glen Park residents over BART’s possible plan to build something (most likely housing) on its parking lot on Bosworth. San Francisco’s city policy specifically supports more housing density close to mass […]