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 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.
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