Sgt. Davin Cole, a 27-year veteran of SFPD, was booked in San Mateo county jail on Wednesday evening.
Campos is one of four candidates vying to replace David Chiu in the state assembly.
The district plans to slash 360 jobs and tens of millions in expenses as part of a state-mandated budget balancing plan.
The agency is trimming service on the 30-Stockton, 14-Mission and other popular routes to accommodate a loss of unvaccinated operators.
The program is one of several efforts to bring back conventions and tourism to San Francisco’s deserted downtown core.
With the full reopening of government offices on Monday, city officials hope to set an example for private employers to bring workers back in person.
The city’s 311 system processes 20,000 requests for street cleanup per month, but inefficiencies abound between city crews and private neighborhood efforts. A recent push hopes to change that.
A Board of Supervisors vote that will at least temporarily block a 495-unit housing complex on a SoMa parking lot has become a flashpoint for long-simmering frustrations around the slow pace of housing development in the city.
San Francisco policymakers are coalescing around the idea of medically supervised ‘safe consumption sites,’ but how the sites would work in SF is an open question.
Sup. Rafael Mandelman and Mayor London Breed are calling for reform of the city’s ankle monitoring program after data revealed extensive violations.