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Standing Tall : District 8 Supervisor-elect Scott Wiener, right, takes a minute at the annual Castro tree lighting event Nov. 29 to pose with fellow politician and State Senator Mark Leno. He will take office on January 8.


Intense and Involved: Interview with Wiener

Sit/Lie Ordinance Becomes Reality of Police Enforcement
“The sit/lie movement could leave some San Franciscans with no place to go. The controversial new law, which will take effect in January 2011, makes sitting or lying on city sidewalks between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. a crime.

Trader Joe's Deal To Make or Break Owner
First, Trader Joe’s was going to move into the Market & Noe Center pending Radio Shack’s relocation across the street or upstairs. Then, RadioShack didn’t budge. Then, reports surfaced that the deal was dead.

Castro Crime Beat

Next Steps for City Pensions
Although Proposition B did not pass in November, 110,000 San Franciscans who voted yes on Prop B understood why changes to our pension and health care costs have to be made to protect vital services and sustain our city's pension and benefits system for its employees.

Castro News Briefs
City Treasurer Jose Cisneros carries an image of former District Supervisor Harvey Milk at the Annual Milk-Mascone Memorial March on Nov. 27 near Castro Station

Castro Country Club Seeks To Continue Offering Sober Recovery
The Castro Country Club is in danger of losing its house as the building is currently for sale.

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