Mayor London Breed is trying to make good on her recent Medium post, which promised restaurateurs that “Shared Spaces are Here to Stay.”
A San Francisco judge has batted away an initial legal challenge to the controversial development.
While San Francisco’s plan sketches out the roadmap to reach net-zero emissions, getting to the destination looks to be an uphill climb.
The law is quite clear on when a business can legally deny service to a customer, but the court of public opinion is a little more murky.
Restaurant owners say San Francisco’s pathway to permanent outdoor dining spaces is riddled with bureaucratic hurdles.
Moliga hopes to appeal to enough critics to survive even if board president Gabriela Lopez and member Alison Collins are recalled in the Feb. 15 vote.
Health officials urge vigilance, but say this is no reason to panic. No changes to current health orders or new restrictions on activities are planned at this point.
Dozens of dispensaries across the Bay Area were affected by the organized robberies that swept through the region in recent weeks.
Thefts at Union Square and other locations give ammunition to the DA’s critics.