Ocean Beach news roundup January 6

Carmen ChuThis week in the Ocean Beach news roundup: New faces, new leader at the SF Board of Supervisors; Sunday parking meters start; mixed-up and nutty on Balboa Street

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  • As the San Francisco Board of Supervisors prepares to choose its next president Tuesday, there’s a lot of speculation about who it will be and where the board will place its priorities this year. – SF Weekly, SF Chronicle
  • Norman Yee says he’s ready to be an independent voice for District 7 (Lakeside, Lakeshore, SFSU, Parkmerced) on the Board of Supervisors. – SF Examiner
  • District 4 (Sunset, Parkside) may end up with new representation on the Board of Supervisors if Mayor Ed Lee appoints Carmen Chu to take over for Phil Ting, who moved from the Assessor’s Office to the California Assembly. But who would Lee pick to replace Chu? – AsianWeek, SF Chronicle
  • What do neighborhood merchants think about the enforcement of parking meters on Sundays? – SF Examiner
  • New life for old stuff at Mixed Nuts on the Richmond District’s Balboa Street. – SF Chronicle
  • Time’s up for ranked-choice voting, as shown by San Francisco’s recent race in District 7 and other Bay Area election contests. (Opinion) – SF Chronicle
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