The owner of two large, derelict homes near Sutro Heights Park in the Outer Richmond district was officially instructed Monday to clean up his act, although he appears to have both the financial means and an understanding of the system to keep his properties as is indefinitely. Read More
The site of the fire-damaged Fleishhacker Pool building at the San Francisco Zoo will most likely become open space, with pieces of the building possibly put on display to commemorate the site’s history, city officials said Tuesday as demolition crews worked nearby. Read More
One of the scariest moments in Elizabeth Bryan’s life was discovering that carbon monoxide almost killed her entire family.
It was 10 years ago when her family members started feeling sick.
“I wandered into the basement and looked up at the ceiling and the carbon monoxide meter was hanging from the wires,” Bryan said Thursday. “I popped it back in and it started beeping so much. It was a very terrifying experience for me.” Read More
At a hearing Monday dominated by complaints from residents of single-room occupancy hotels, Supervisor Jane Kim took the Department of Public Health to task over inspections designed to abate San Francisco’s problem with human-blood-sucking bedbugs. Read More