Jean Quan’s 10,000 resident plan, part of her re-election campaign, would include thousands of new housing units in the city.
Supporters of a plan to divide California into six sates can begin collecting signatures to get the proposal on the ballot.
She has taken out papers to run in November for the open seat vacated by the retiring Pat Kernighan.
Activists have submitted thousands of signatures to the Department of Elections to prevent some key developments on San Francisco’s waterfront. Voters could see a ballot measure as soon as June.
San Jose City Councilmember Pete Constant decided on Tuesday to withdraw from consideration in the 2014 mayor’s race.
A group fighting the city of Sacramento’s plan to subsidize a new basketball arena for the Kings has submitted tens of thousands of signatures in an attempt to force a public vote on the matter.
A conservative coalition is seeking to overturn a recently passed law that gives transgendered students certain rights in the state. Gov. Jerry Brown signed the law, that lets transgender students use either the boys or girls restroom and lets them play on whichever sports team they feel most comfortable on, in September.
As Propositions B and C were defeated, it raises questions about future projects on San Francisco’s waterfront.
8 Washington, a proposed 134-unit condominium project along the city’s waterfront, will now have to go back to the drawing board.
A new Field Poll finds that 51 percent of California voters say they approve of the job Gov. Jerry Brown is doing and that most are inclined to re-elect him next year.