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Mr. Peter's Questions Or why Mr. Bill isn't a likely savior: It appears that your piece ("Gridlock," Matt Smith, May 4) is mostly the recycled mantra that the press has over the years reported by "rounding up the usual suspects"…
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Gridlock

On a drizzly Thursday afternoon in April a pair of construction workers in orange Mitchell Engineering vests mucked around with shovels on the east shore of Mission Creek, an industrial slough cut into the century-old bay fill that undergirds San…
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Mean Sucks Especially when it comes to a band she likes: I was thrilled to see the Paradise Boys on the cover, but was very let down by the interview . What I like…
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Muni Mayhem Where's the concern for human lives?: I am totally shocked by Peter Byrne's exposé of Muni's high accident and death rates . It's painfully obvious that the local civic structure is so…
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News, Bay View Former Pimp Laid Low

Former Pimp Laid Low

James Robinson, a vice president in the labor union that represents Municipal Railway drivers, was suspended from office earlier this month following the publication of an SF Weekly story that detailed his past as a pimp and his rise in…
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News, Matt Smith Runaway Train

Runaway Train

It's April 2002, and the city budget is suffering the aftereffects of a half-decade of financial fakery that might be called the Internet-Enron flimflam boom. The airport is almost broke; the Municipal Railway budget is coming up millions of dollars…
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