Time for Wednesday’s Bay Area news digest:
- Very popular Muir Beach closed this summer to drive-ins for habitat restoration work. [Marin Independent Journal]
- Mission District in SF going “green” with its sewer system. [Mission Local]
- Early indications of a prosperous season as salmon fishing starts. [San Mateo Daily Journal]
- Moratorium on fracking in three bills advanced in CA Assembly. [Sacramento Bee]
- Earlier than normal start to Bay Area fire season this year. [Bay City News Service]
- What happens when no one takes care of a parklet? [SF Examiner]
- Zuckerberg’s political action group draws criticism for funding oil industry backers. [San Francisco Business Times]
- Semi-finalists picked for Presidio’s new museum space on Crissy Field. [San Francisco Business Times]
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