New York Report
Letters to the Editor
A Time to Celebrate…
Bill Coolidge’s Bay Journal…
Penut Butter & Jam Festival September 7
Sunset Bay Cruise with Save the Bay...
Teri Shore Bay Environment
Lunch for the office Bunch
Good Intentions Headed Where?....
Dial “E” for Education….
Port of San Francisco Names New Real Estate Director...
WTA Report…
South End Rowing Club’s 7th Annual Alcatraz Swim…
The Second Coming….
Pure Ecstasy, Sandy Cressman to Close Out Summer Evening Sounds Concerts September 19th in Downtown Oakland
Working Waterfront:
Riding the Yakima.,..
Fall Boat Show
Water Transit Authority  WTA


September 2002


August 2002

September 2002

Ferries Forever and Everywhere
WTA releases its long-awaited plan for expanded ferry service to general acclaim. Ferry advocates rejoice! It’s a time to celebrate but not for long: much work remains to be done, some of it urgent.
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Sausaged Reprise
We first published this hilarious, or perhaps horrifying, depending on your point of view, account of how funding for WTA was literally brought back from the dead almost single-handedly by ferryboat union leader Marina V. Secchitano. On the happy occasion of WTA submitting it’s long awaited plan for expanded ferry system, we thought it fitting to recall how the baby was almost killed in the crib.
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Good Intentions Headed Where?
Oakland’s Artship is an ambitious project that has long sought funding to use a surplus training ship for hybrid arts/maritime training purposes. Intriguing concept, but is it the best use of limited funds and waterfront space? Ace reporter David Fear takes a look.
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Last Chance to Enter Best of the Waterfront Contest!
Entries for the First Annual Bay Crossings Best of the Waterfront Contest will be accepted through the end of this month only! Get your entry in soon to make sure your voice counts and to enter your name for a chance to win two tickets to Paris aboard Air France. Look to the November issue of Bay Crossings for all the winners. No hanging chads, we promise.
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