A simple campaign to pick up refuse doesn’t just make San Francisco more beautiful. It’s also a form of ‘gateway civic engagement.’
At the end of his tenure, Superintendent Vincent Matthews seems determined to continue the same wrongheaded policies that voters rejected in February’s school board recall.
The city seems to be moving backward from its goal of ending traffic fatalities by 2024.
The new stadium is a world away from the Warriors’ scrappy past, but represents a major evolution in the business of championship sports.
Five years after the city’s most recent mass-casualty event, we’re ignoring one of the better tools available to stop the next one from happening.
For supportive housing to fulfill its mission, the city will have to make up for decades of underinvestment and neglect.
If you thought the battle over fourplexes was ugly, wait until the city tackles its state-mandated Regional Housing Needs Allocation.
A city that struggles to complete large-scale transit projects doesn’t need a $5 billion subway that only goes from the Salesforce Transit Center to the Caltrain station.
The DTX project will leverage the billions that the Bay Area has already invested in transit to create a truly interconnected regional rail network.
This is an antidemocratic power grab masquerading as reform. It serves to protect politicians instead of addressing voter discontent.