The Board speaks out on the SCOTUS decision, honors the City’s Asian and Pacific Islander community… and has an empty seat.
Public Works says it needs an enhanced budget for sanitation as it faces a costly, voter-mandated spinoff into a new sanitation department.
An agenda light on ordinances focuses on grants, plus two Police Commissioners are set for reappointment.
According to veteran politicos, the city’s new district map will produce few concrete changes in the next round of supervisor races.
The campaign to recall DA Chesa Boudin has raised twice as much money as those trying to stop the recall, though the latter have attracted far more individual donors, according to campaign finance data released Friday.
Competitor Waste Management hopes to void the agreement, citing a donation solicited by a department head who later resigned.
San Francisco is proposing a $26.5 million contract extension for the last sole source contract issued to the scandal-ridden trash company.
Deliberation over the map went quickly—relative to the typical hours-long meetings— amid reproachful comments, threats of litigation
Another Homekey hotel buy, affordable housing on Treasure Island\ and a farewell to Matt Haney.
Grow SF, one of San Francisco’s most politically active nonprofits, is taking down a billboard attacking Supervisor Gordon Mar because of errors in a translation to Chinese.