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Is that the Duggan mortuary family?
We are having a drought right now, so pleae do not start using SF's Hetch hetchy water.
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Um, but DA Wagstaffe "forgot" *cough* to let the press know bout San Mateo sheriff deputy Smith who committed a violent assault on a male friend of his ex-girlfriend.
He also hid the Luke Lonergan child pornography conviction from the press, too.
And how bout that Wozniak incident?
Sure glad I don't live in Mill Valley.
It's interesting to contract Dolger's homes on 17th Avenue near Noriega with the Westlake and Sunset homes. 17th Avenue homes are much more upscale. Also, I don't think Dolger competed with Eichler. They built homes in different counties. Also, Dolger built most of the homes in the Sunset that were built in the 1950s.
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If he doesn't act now on the affordability crisis, his picture can hang with slick Willies at the Lake Merced sewage treatment plant.
"Will Travis, former executive director of the conservation and development commission and now a consultant who focuses on adaptation planning for sea-level increases"
Gee - government to private practice? Wonder why *he* is saying government should spend lots of money to combat this problem.
Surprise that if you fill land that someday the ocean will reclaim it.
Nice that the speakers make money on the whole sky is falling. As far as the severity of storm there is another article with Feinstein and other calling for Brown to declare the state a drought.
The real reason you know these are more scare tactics than real threats is where are the call for sea walls to hold back the raising oceans, after all don't politicains love expensive public construction projects..
To put thing in perspective the experts say if there was a tsunami in San Francisco it would not come in any further than 47th avenue and thats a tsunami not a gradual increase in the sea level.
The Mussel Rock area is a spectacular stretch of wild, open coastline. If you never have seen it, get down there today! This landfill is the elephant in the room, though. Even putting aside the environmental considerations, it should never have been sited in a geologically unstable area prone to landslides and coastal erosion. While costly, relocating the landfill is a great idea.
While the primary challenge will be how to respond to rising seas on the bay side, let's not forget the threat to our beaches on the coast. Right now the beach in the Sharp Park thru Mussel rock area is projected to virtually disappear under the waves as sea levels rise. Beach nourishment is not the silver bullet, as the sand will wash away. The reality is the long term planning to relocate development will be necessary if we are to preserve our beaches. The sooner we get moving and begin planning, the less pain will be incurred for all.
I too have had "dealings" with the crooked San Bruno pd. They are a bunch of low-lifes. They lie big time in order to cover their own asses. They are scum, period.
I loved this little diner. It was close to my house, and the only decent breakfast around. I was hoping to find when the new one by the theater would open. Any one know?
Don't follow the fail model of Berkeley's "Spenger's Fish Grotto"
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