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Supes nix parking meters  City supervisors kill a plan to install parking meters in Golden Gate Park 95th national casting championships  Competitors start with 100 points, each miss costs points Grant to restore windmill  The $750,000 grant is from the State Coastal Conservatory to Friends of Recreation and Parks Supes OK'd replacing Academy of Sciences  Committee OK'd most of a plan to replace the Academy with a $370 million building complete with transparent domes Academy of Sciences free for SF  The Academy is offering free days for San Francisco residents this month and throughout October Increase in ridership on free shuttle  This season the shuttles carried 26,000 more passengers than they did in 2002, a 55% increase Killer wearing military-style camouflage
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More Parking Meters Coming  There's a new plan to add 1600 meters to areas that now have free parking, like JFK and MLK drives $65 million for Academy of Sciences  The state will sell bonds to pay to overhaul the 350,000-square-foot academy property Volunteers raise $3.1 million to fight AIDS
Dog Leash Crackdown in Parks  The parks' department is moving from the education phase to strict enforcement Man died after being struck by Muni bus  The man was dragged a long distance before the bus stopped AIDS Memorial vandal sentenced  Philip Atkinson, 20, was sentenced to 3 years of felony probation for vandalizing the National AIDS Memorial Grove Bay to Breakers Draws Thousands

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  Runners were wearing clothes and costumes and some not. Winners were from Kenya and Russia

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  20,000 marched in AIDS Walk. The proceeds will benefit 34 AIDS-related service organizations

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  21-year-old Dmitry Romasenko was shot in a premeditated ambush as he was getting into his friend's car
Nov.18   Oldest captive fish in country turn 65  The moniker Methuselah is a nod to a Biblical character of the same name said to have lived to the age of 969 Nov.24   Officer, dog owner, dog, horse all injured
  A wild melee left a mounted police officer and a dog owner injured, a dog with a bullet wound and a horse badly mauled

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Dec.28   Academy of Sciences closing its doors
  The California Academy of Sciences is closing its doors later this week for a major renovation project

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1. 03-01 Dog Leash Crackdown in Parks San Francisco
C. 03-02 Man died after being struck by Muni bus Golden Gate Park
D. 03-11 AIDS Memorial vandal sentenced San Francisco
05-18 Bay to Breakers Draws Thousands SF Downtown
F. 06-09 More Parking Meters Coming Golden Gate Park
6. 07-11 $65 million for Academy of Sciences Golden Gate Park
7. 07-20 Volunteers raise $3.1 million to fight AIDS Golden Gate Park
8. 07-29 Supes nix parking meters Golden Gate Park
J. 07-31 95th national casting championships Golden Gate Park

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