S.F.’s buried streams may see the light of day
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 some of the long-buried freshwater streams and rivers that once cut through its valleys and burbled along hillsides.
This summer, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission will consider long-range plans to unearth hidden creeks within several neighborhood watersheds – most likely in the southeastern sections of the city.
read more here.