board of supervisors
The new guy witnesses a ‘PROXY’ battle over housing policy and more reproach over redistricting.
The Board speaks out on the SCOTUS decision, honors the City’s Asian and Pacific Islander community… and has an empty seat.
Another Homekey hotel buy, affordable housing on Treasure Island\ and a farewell to Matt Haney.
The Board of Supervisors is expected to vote on two competing proposals regarding car access to JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park.
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.
The supervisors polish up a restarted rent relief program and deal with touchy insider issues in a relatively short meeting.
SF’s board of supervisors habitually blocks housing initiatives in the name of affordability and other goals, threatening the city’s ability to meet state housing targets.
Supervisors are set to approve more rent relief, address property-related political drama, and call for greater transparency in property records.
State Sen. Scott Wiener and Supervisor Rafael Mandelman both slammed the first redistricting map, saying it would harm LGBTQ+ candidates.