Ocean Beach news roundup December 8

Golden Gate Park coyote pups

Photo: David Cruz

This week in the Ocean Beach news roundup: Pelosi takes side in GGNRA dog controversy; greening the Sunset District; coyotes thriving in western SF; SFSU student headed to Mavericks

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.

  • GGNRA should keep off-leash dogs, U.S. Rep Nancy Pelosi tells the park in a letter. – SF Chronicle
  • The Sunset District’s Lincoln High School is teaching its students about how to navigate social media, but is that a school’s responsibility? – PBS Mind/Shift
  • Ever thought about ripping up that concrete slab in your Sunset District front yard and replacing it with plants? There’s a new City program that will cover most of the costs and help you do it. – SF Examiner
  • McCoppin Square is the featured park in Curbed. – Curbed SF
  • Big “innovation” gift to San Francisco schools means tablet computers in the classrooms of schools like the outer Richmond District’s Presidio Middle School. – KQED
  • Coyotes seem to be thriving in San Francisco, including Golden Gate Park and the Sunset District. – SF Chronicle
  • San Francisco State University student Colin Dwyer is among the surfers eligible to compete in the Mavericks contest this year. – Golden Gate Xpress
  • The Richmond District is becoming a hotspot for the online currency Bitcoin. – SF Weekly
  • City Attorney’s Office sues City commissioner and former Richmond District supervisor Michael Yaki for allegedly violating lobbying laws. – Bay City News via SF Appeal

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