Ocean Beach news roundup November 11

Elisa Kennedy

Elisa Kennedy was honored as California’s oldest pollworker.

This week in the Ocean Beach news roundup: SFSU’s new space for veterans; Richmond District churches share single pastor; Hakka food in the Richmond; Sunset District woman honored for poll work

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  • San Francisco State University opens new campus space for veterans. – ABC7
  • Homeless veteran goes from contemplating suicide on Ocean Beach to sober living in supportive housing on Treasure Island. – SF Chronicle
  • District 1 Board of Supervisors election showed how diverse San Francisco’s Chinese American electorate has become. – KALW
  • Once Richmond District school rivals, St. Monica and St. Thomas Apostle parishes now share a single pastor. – Catholic San Francisco
  • Districts 1 and 7 demonstrate San Francisco’s peculiar new unity. – SF Chronicle
  • San Francisco State University students speaking out against proposed new student fees. – Bay City News via SF Appeal
  • Hakka Restaurant in the Outer Richmond offers affordable but high-quality Hakka cuisine. – SF Chronicle
  • Outer Sunset District woman, 96, receives award as California’s oldest poll worker. – CBS SF, KGO-TV
  • San Francisco ballot measure on Hetch Hetchy Reservoir was roundly rejected in San Francisco, except for the precinct that includes SFSU. – SF Chronicle
This article has been changed to correct the name of the Richmond District Catholic church that shares a pastor with St. Monica.

 

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