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Mon February 13, 2012
AFTERNOON NEWS ROUNDUP

Connecting the Dots: Afternoon edition Monday, February 13, 2012

The California coastline is already getting hit by trash and debris from the deadly tsunami that ravaged Japan last year. Oceanographers from Peninsula College say the worst is yet to come. They expect cars, pieces of homes, phone booths, and maybe even a kitchen sink, if it is buoyant enough...

Conservationists in Marin County bashed a plan to redevelop land at San Quentin once the state prison there is shuttered. Marin Supervisors bestowed the land with priority redevelopment status, but the Conservation League of Marin wants the board to rethink that decision...

In San Francisco, activists hoping to conserve their right to safe access to medical marijuana plan to voice their displeasure with recent federal crackdowns on California cannabis clubs. Protesters will deliver special Valentine's Day cards to Nancy Pelosi and picket President Obama during his visit to the city in an effort to improve access for those in need...

Folks living in San Francisco's Sunset District will be displeased to discover that the N-Judah will halt weekend service for six weeks starting February 24th. MUNI riders along the N-line will be forced to use shuttle buses to reach their destinations as construction crews make improvements to the line near Church Street and Duboce Avenue and also at Carl Street…

Ed Lee mayoral campaign donor extraordinaire Rose Pak is apparently unhappy with some of the San Francisco politicians. At San Francisco's Chinatown Parade, a microphone-wielding Pak skewered many elected officials as they rolled by.

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