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Japantown's Buchanan Mall gets another $4.8 million for renovation with new state funds - San Francisco Business Times
A renovation planned for the Buchanan Street Mall, the five-block pedestrian park leading into San Francisco's Japantown, is nearly doubling its budget with another $4.8 million in state funds secured by state Sen. Scott Wiener.
Nearly 2,000 Austinites volunteer on Saturday to beautify Austin parks
Volunteers at the annual It's My Park Day event tackled 75 parks, trails and greenbelts this year.
Sheep-wrecked! Sizable sailboat has been sinking into Sheepshead Bay for weeks * Brooklyn Paper
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A Walk in the Park | KQED
City officials across multiple departments have received at least $430,950 in free tickets to the Outside Lands music fest.
The San Francisco Ethics Commission is not pleased.
Parks board unhappy with PARD's handling of parkland fee dustup - Austin Monitor
Friday, October 29, 2021 by Amy Smith
Council puts Trail Foundation in charge of hike-and-bike trail - Austin Monitor
Wednesday, October 27, 2021 by Willow Higgins
On , Austin City Council gave the Trail Foundation authority over the Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail at Town Lake Metropolitan Park.
MTA moves Greenpoint waterfront development deal forward despite local opposition * Brooklyn Paper
The cash would go to MTA's $54.8 billion capital plan for projects like installing station elevators and upgrading the subway's ancient signaling system.
When a fisherman pulled in his line, he knew he had 'something weird': A 40-pound alligator gar
When fisherman Butch Smith pulled his last line up from the Neosho River in Kansas one day last month, he wasn't quite sure what he was looking at.
SF's New Interactive Exhibit Opens in Golden Gate Park
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The sad story behind Prospect Park's beloved turtles * Brooklyn Paper
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