Ocean Beach news roundup October 9

Parkmerced apartment complex in San Francisco

This week in the Ocean Beach news roundup: Pooches and politics; beach-side bocce; Lake Merced management a mess; pay up, says Parkmerced; surfing and service.

We can’t link to every story out there, but if you think we missed something, leave a comment here, or tell us on Twitter or Facebook.

  • Dog owners seek influence over San Francisco mayoral race. – USA Today
  • Bocce ball is an integral part of La Playa Park transformation. – SF Chronicle
  • The City’s management of Lake Merced is structured for failure, say lake advocates. – SF Chronicle
  • Some Parkmerced tenants could face eviction as management company seeks back rent. – SF Bay Guardian
  • Andrew Lengyel, a student from Taraval Street’s Doc Fai Wong Martial Arts Center, competes in third annual International Chinese Traditional Martial Arts Competition. – Epoch Times
  • Governor signs California shark-fin ban. – LA Times; Mercury News
  • Surf for Life has roots in Ocean Beach but its sights are set on helping far-off folks. – SF Chronicle
  • SF State students shocked by sex assault on campus. – Golden Gate Xpress
  • Irving Street is in the throes of boba-mania as TeaWay opens another Sunset District location. – The Feast

 

 

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