Posts Tagged ‘park’
A Grisly Warning for SFSU Students from the SFPD and Stonestown Galleria: Parking at the Mall Will Cost You $600 in Tow FeesFriday, August 22nd, 2014
The Avenue Drive: Recalling the Time When You Could Drive Right Through the Middle of the Golden Gate Park PanhandleTuesday, August 19th, 2014
Here’s the east end, with the McKinley Statue surrounded by traffic:
Question: How Many Gallons of Water has the City of San Francisco Recycled Since 1850? The Answer Will Amaze You!Monday, August 11th, 2014
Or not. I mean, why would I ask if the answer were anything but zero?
Here’s your super-pure, “better than Evian” Hetch Hetchy drinking water at work right here:
In other news, your SFPUC is working on a plan to downgrade the quality of your water on purpose, because, because…
In still yet other news, the SFPUC is better than you because it paid your money to buy a LEED certification for its new building on Golden Gate from the LEED people – this is so that the SFPUC can be shining exemplar for us all to follow.
Reader JR sent this one in. Read his words below.
If you want to see for yourself, take a look at the Streets View of JFK Drive near the Rose Garden, a little west of “425 JFK Drive, SF”
I think the bigger crime here is being oblivious to the big old honking Google Maps car going down JFK, but anyway.
Hey, is that Phil Ginsburg? (I can’t tell, but check out those sideburns. Does he wear a watch? Not that I know of.)
I was disturbed by the recklessness of a San Francisco Recreation and Park Department Employee killing a person (1). I looked further online into that.
Know Better Your Obscure Public Parks: The Two-Star-Rated Cow Hollow Playground – It Looks Like Somebody’s BackyardThursday, July 10th, 2014
Here it is, at Miley and Baker near Greenwich, San Francisco, CA 94123 – Marina/Cow Hollow.
Here’s the review:
“Place is hidden & small. Typically overcrowded (mainly due to size), but also a nice oasis in the sea of the city.”
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Now you Know Better Your Obscure Public Parks.
An Eye-Opening Lecture for Recreation and Parks Employees About the Importance of Not Driving On The GrassWednesday, July 2nd, 2014
Let’s take a peek through the open door:
The part of this lecture that I overheard appeared to do a good job about hammering home the rule about RPD workers not driving* park vehicles on the grass.
Here’s your context, from last year:
*There might be an exception if there’s also a spotter in the cab of the pickup, IDK.