Suspect James Bernard Hofler will receive mental health treatment before being processed through the criminal justice system for shooting two La Honda residents on March 12. Hofler was arrested four days later while walking on Highway 1 in Pacifica. In the struggle with a Pacifica police officer, both men tumbled down the freeway embankment and Hofler shot at the officer, who was unhurt. Four other officers responded to help arrest Hofler. Hofler's hearing is set for November 8.
According to the City of Pacifica Planning Department, the former Denny's restaurant site at the northwest corner of Linda Mar shopping center will become this rendering of a one-story, 4500-square-foot, multi-tenant commercial building with outdoor seating, landscaped areas, and new signs. Kimco's application is incomplete at this time, but a revised application is expected within the week. (Thanks to Alan Wald for alerting us to this new signage in front of the site [see below], and to Dan Stegink for the close-up photo of the sign above.)
Forwarded by Alan Wald
Vin Scully's final broadcast on Sunday, October 2 from AT&T Park was broadcast during the third inning of the Giants-Dodgers game on radio (KNBR 680 AM) and TV (CSN Bay Area).
The governor has signed these bills by State Senator Jerry Hill into law.
Jeff Cianci, KQED
San Francisco Chronicle photo caption (September 27) defies logic and/or laws of physics: “Jennifer Molleda looks at the blood-specked face of her husband, Alan Wakim, who had two bullets whiz by his head after going through his windshield on the way to work."
The building sold for $689,000. The newspaper office stays put, and a compounding pharmacy moves into the other half of the building on Bill Drake Way in Pacifica.