Mayor London Breed’s proposal to streamline certain housing construction through a City Charter amendment put to voters this summer was killed Wednesday in an unusual decision by the Rules Committee.
Among the items up for consideration at Tuesday’s San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting: new bars in the Castro, more eviction protections, and hearings on police shootings and Omicron response.
The antisemitic flyers were found this past weekend along Pacific Avenue between Baker and Scott streets by a resident who then called the SFPD tip line and posted about the incident on Nextdoor.
What are the key things in the pamphlet for the upcoming special election? Some statements by or on behalf of persons being voted on are missing—why is that?
San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday addressed Covid policies, Great Highway plans and Recology reform, and it also included one testy exchange between the mayor and a supervisor.
In the first heat of a marathon election year, SF voters have the option to remove up to three school board members, as well as elect the city’s assessor-recorder and a state assemblymember.
The policy fight over new housing in the Tenderloin and SoMa neighborhoods is flaring up in what will likely be the first round of lawsuits filed against San Francisco.
Several proposed charter amendments aim at corruption, others could shift the balance of power at City Hall.
New state law opens the way to cutting speed limits–and reducing deaths.
A fierce battle is shaping up over the February vote on the fate of San Francisco’s Board of Education.