The fabulous but consistently underused outdoor theater has been spiffed up with new bike racks, ADA access, and food truck areas, and Mayor Breed was awfully careful about keeping her mask on at Saturdays ribbon-cutting.
Both the Cliff House and Louis’ Restaurant locations will be getting new restaurant tenants, but we won’t know who they are until all sorts of National Park Service red tape and bureaucratic hurdles get worked out.
The very contentious mural featuring a slain Native American will be uncovered and again on full display as a Superior Court judge rules the school board did not follow the appropriate process in covering it.
After digging into a curiously unreported $180,000 loan to a building inspector, the SF City Attorney has won a $1.2 million settlement from a developer who may have benefited from DBI looking the other way.
A couple more additions to the late summer Muni service reinstatements, and the M-Ocean View gets its trains back, and the 31-Balboa returns on a limited route.