Glen Park’s UPS driver Leo Parker has been back on the job since Monday. After counseling and a vacation, Leo and his famous warm friendly voice and broad smile arrived with, what else, a package.
The Glen Park Association will meet at the newly remodeled rec center for the upcoming quarterly meeting. Details: Wednesday, July 19, 7:00 PM – Glen Canyon Recreation Center Agenda: 1. Recreation Center Remodel update by SF Rec and Park Project Manager Bret Desmarais 2. Remodel of 683 Chenery St. (formerly Chenery Park Restaurant. ) presented […]
In the aftermath of the June 15 killing of three UPS drivers, Glen Park driver Leo Parker is taking some time off. He was physically close to the event and has been shaken up. Drivers and managers have been transferred from other areas to fill in. According to substitute drivers today, more than 40 UPS drivers […]
The SF Municipal Transportation Agency is seeking public input in its effort to build a new real-time customer information system from the ground up. It would substantially change or replace the current NextBus system. They’ve issued a press release on the project, along with links to a 10-minute survey. Feedback from the survey will help […]
Photos by Bonnee Waldstein The lovely dry weather we’ve been experiencing over the last several days contrasted with a puzzling sight — muddy water cascading down and along several blocks of Glen Park Wednesday evening. Following the brown flow to its source led to Miguel Street, near the corner of Bemis Street. A water main […]
Forwarded from Public Safety Program Chair Carolyn Deacy: Ingleside Community meeting Tuesday May 16 Gleneagles Golf Course at McLaren Park located at 2100 Sunnydale Avenue on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 7 p.m. There will be light refreshments available to those who come to the meeting. All are welcome to attend. Saturday, April 29, 2017 […]
Trendy bars and restaurants have come and gone in the dozen or so years since Glen Park has become a well known and highly desirable neighborhood in San Francisco. One stalwart constant in the Glen Park village since 1926 has been the Glen Park Station bar. That was the year the building was moved from […]
..An update and good reminder has been posted on Nextdoor: “We have made the finals of this SF Parks Alliance grant choosing process! Now it’s up to YOU! PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO VOTE NOW: http://sfpa.convio.net/site/News2?page=N… DEADLINE FOR YOUR VOTE IS FRI 4/21. The Glen Park Greenway Committee has applied for a grant to install […]
The SF Parks Alliance will be choosing one lucky parks group to receive a “People’s Choice” Action Grant! Cast your vote for the Glen Park Greenway! Go to: http://sfpa.convio.net/site/News2;jsessi… Click on Glen Park Greenway (read description of project), scroll down to green button and VOTE!
Photos by Bonnee Waldstein Early this morning, the Glen Park Station was packed. People were celebrating the life of Tom Coulter who, along with Rene Lacore, was co-owner of the Glen Park Station bar. Coulter was 72 and died of pneumonia and a blood infection on March 30. A special celebration was held at the […]
Some corrections and clarifications were made to the item on beekeeping in the Notes posted below. They are in bold type.
Photos by Bonnee Waldstein The quarterly meeting of the Glen Park Association, on April 6 at St. John School, focused on updating the community on two major ongoing projects, as well as a presentation on the proposed rate increase by Recology — plus a surprise ending. New Glen Park Association President Scott Stawicki presiding GREENWAY […]
by Bonnee Waldstein With the uptick in vehicular crime in Glen Park, particularly breakins, many concerned residents are gathering together to brainstorm the issues and solutions. Captain McFadden of the Ingleside Station holds regular monthly community meetings that alternate between the Ingleside police station near Balboa Park, and neighborhoods within its jurisdiction. There are about […]
Photos by Michael Waldstein In a coincidence of timing, Mayor Lee appointed a new District 8 Supervisor to replace Scott Wiener, who has moved on to the State Senate; and, in the January 26 meeting, Michael Rice capped his 12-year long run as president of the Glen Park Association. MICHAEL RICE: In the last of […]
The Ingleside Station issues a list of criminal acts in Glen Park that are reported to police; it’s posted periodically on the Glen Park Bulletin Board Yahoo group site. A review of this report from January through September of this year indicates that vehicular crime is a major source of criminal activity in the neighborhood. […]
By Bonnee Waldstein The summer meeting covered a number of topics, new and old, that are of interest to Glen Park. GPA GRANTS GPA President Michael Rice presented a two thousand dollar grant from the GPA to the San Francisco Mime Troupe, who will perform in Glen Canyon Park in August. The grant will defray the […]
By Bonnee Waldstein At the summer meeting of the Glen Park Association last Thursday, president Michael Rice announced that Friends of the Urban Forest (FUF), which works with neighborhoods to increase street tree planting in San Francisco, will have a tree-planting day in September. The area will encompass the neighborhoods of Glen Park, Miraloma, and […]