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Art of the Dead

Art of the Dead

Naomi Outlaw

December 2, 2015

An altar by Mary Ann Statler, 65, of San Louis Obispo at the Dia de los Muertos Festival of Altars in Garfield Square Nov. 2. Photos by Brian Churchwell   By Naomi Outlaw Aztec dancers covered in jingling beaded skirts scooped and twirled in unison to beating drums as they led hundreds of peopl...

New Clear Power

New Clear Power

Naomi Outlaw

October 29, 2015

Solar panels sit atop Sunset Reservoir overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge and George Washington High School. The instillation is the largest in the city and provides up to 5 megawatts of power. It tripled the amount of municipal solar generating capacity upon completion in 2010. Photo by Emma Chiang &...

Proposition H

Naomi Outlaw

October 29, 2015

By Naomi Outlaw  Proposition H will define that the city can call clean energy, green energy and renewable greenhouse gas-free energy by state standards. State standards, under Senate bill 2, require that all entities that provide power to end-use consumers must have at least 33 percent of the e...

Proposition G

Naomi Outlaw

October 29, 2015

By Naomi Outlaw Also known as the “San Francisco Renewable Energy Truth In Advertising Act”, Proposition G will require the City to define renewable, greenhouse-gas free electricity as electricity solely derived from renewable resources located or adjacent to California, or electricity generated...

Dolores Renovation met with Speedbumps

Dolores Renovation met with Speedbumps

Naomi Outlaw

September 30, 2015

Photo by Eugene Kim via Creative Commons   By Naomi Outlaw Fall may provide an end to San Francisco’s patient waiting. With the creeping fog also comes the projected end of the Mission Dolores Park renovation, a $20.5 million upgrade approved by voters in the 2008 Clean and Safe Neighbor...

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