After weighing in on car-free JFK Drive, supervisors will consider another property purchase under Project Homekey, a Treasure Island development and more.
After weeks of turmoil, Redistricting Task Force members remain split. But a final draft map for the supervisor districts was approved Thursday night.
Whomever Mayor Breed appoints to replace Sacramento-bound Haney will have to run again in November in a district that may look drastically different.
Supervisors made major decisions on police procedure and a future training facility for the San Francisco Fire Department at an hour-long Election Day meeting. Meanwhile, lines were drawn in an ongoing fight over homelessness policy.
A 19-hour Redistriicting Task Force meeting adjourned at 5:40 a.m. after heated public comment.
The board will likely approve new protections for crime victims, buy a training site from a real estate giant, and try to save Date Night in the Fillmore.
A lapse in leadership leads to an absentee leader. Plus, the supervisors discuss reopening JFK to cars, tearing down the Kearny Street bridge and reforming the city’s procurement process.
Attacks on the work of the Redistricting Task Force threaten to jeopardize the non-partisan integrity of the body, along with that of the Elections Commission.
The commission moved to convene a special meeting to consider removal of three members of a redistricting task force who drew the ire of progressive political groups.
The redistricting process is supposed to be non-political, but what really matters to many is who can get reelected.