Courtesy Richmond SF Blog/St. John's CommunityThe National Park Service is hosting a public meeting about fires on Ocean Beach on Thursday night.

Courtesy Richmond SF Blog/St. John's CommunityThe National Park Service is hosting a public meeting about fires on Ocean Beach on Thursday night.

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Take a look at the links below for more on what's been going on in San Francisco on Tuesday.

The National Park Service will host a public meeting on Thursday to discuss open fires on Ocean Beach. (Richmond SF Blog)

Bay Area traffic is the most predictable traffic in the country, though commute times are slightly shorter than in Los Angeles or Atlanta. (San Jose Mercury News)

Two S.F. women will be competing on the 30th season of “Survivor.” (CBS5)

Contrary to popular belief, most people in San Francisco like the tech industry. (Business Insider)

Boston investment fund Bolt, a backer of consumer electronics, will be expanding to San Francisco. (Boston Beta)

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