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Just in case you missed it, Saturday Writer Fever got some awesome praise this past weekend from no less than the San Francisco Chronicle! 65 more words
Peter Hartlaub has once again unearthed and shared some extraordinary photographs with us. The images were published late last week on SFGate.com. They are black and white pictures of people at play in Golden Gate Park in 1939. 89 more words
June 29, 2015
CBS SF Bay Area
Summary: San Francisco’s oldest sewer pipes have largely held up since their Gold Rush-era installation. But drought and conservation means less water available to flush out the consistent levels of sewage moving through the city.
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“We believe the harm has been irreparable and will already have ramifications for decades to come,” Shester said. “We’ve basically reduced the carrying capacity of the ecosystem to support the populations of other species that depend on sardines.
June 19, 2015
The San Francisco Chronicle
Summary: California Attorney General and 2016 senate candidate Kamala Harris has sided with state water agencies looking to strike down an appellate court that ruled surcharges on excess household water use in San Juan Capistrano are unconstitutional. 70 more words