New (returning) Cole Valley resident would like to organize or join a regular adult basketball run somewhere in or near the neighborhood. Any day in the early evening or on Sunday morning. Indoors or out; competitive but friendly, co-ed or not. If you would like to play, or know of a game open to new players, please contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
August 2011 classes at Cole Valley Fitness
Learn to Relax & Relieve Stress · Increase Your Clarity of Attention Improve Coordination, Balance & Flexibility · Train to Prevent Injuries · Support Postural Alignment Enhance the Quality of Your Exercise & Performance!
NEW 5-WEEK SERIES
Monday evenings continue... August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 ~ 7:30-8:30pm
Wake up and start your day with the...NEW EARLY MORNING CLASS!!!
Wednesdays: August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 ~ 7:00-8:00am
Minimum of 4 people – Maximum of 7 people. Register in Advance to secure your place!
Full 5-week Series: $75 for Members · $80 for Non-Members · Drop-ins welcome if class is not filled: $18 per class
Please pay in full (cash or check) when signing up for a series (Sorry no refunds or credits for missed classes) Location: Cole Valley Fitness · 957 Cole Street · San Francisco, CA 94117
RSVP required: Contact Melissa at email@example.com | More info: http://www.colevalleyfitness.com/feldenkrais.html
If you've ever asked yourself, "why isn't this on the ColeValleySF.com?" We need some help scoping out the neighborhood and making the site the best it can be. If you're interested in contributing to this site, let us know by sending us a message. Anything from blog postings, twitter updates, to historical reporters are welcome! Ideal candidate would be a Cole Valley Resident and someone who is not afraid to talk to people!
For those of you who live here or have spent any amount of time in Cole Valley, you'll know that there's something different about it. It's not like any other San Francisco neighborhood. So what exactly makes Cole Valley... well... Cole Valley?
Besides the obviousness of our strong business "district" and the uniqueness of our architecture, what else makes our neighborhood so unique?
ColeValleySF.com doesn't have the answer, so we reach out to you all... Tell us what Cole Valley means to you.
As many of you may know, or experience every day, the N-Judah is one of the arteries of San Francisco's Municipal Railway (aka the beloved - and many times hated - Muni). While monitoring the virtual skies of twitter.com, California Beat posted the following tweet: "parking permit fee for residents could rise http://sfg.ly/iQSUmE" which was reported by SFGate.com. This would bring the neighborhood permit fee to a nice round number of $100 per year. According to SFGate.com, this could happen. But in fact, it looks like it's pretty much set in stone on the SFMTA.com website where it literally says "Effective July 1, 2011: July 2011 Sustainable Streets fee and fine increases" (cick the hyperlink to see the actual pdf of the fee increases).
Note that this is a 67% increase in 3 years. But where is this money from the increase actually going? And how can we truly ensure that this money in fact is going to help repair our struggling Muni system?