On Thursday Mayor Ed Lee got down to the task of figuring out how to continue to fund affordable and workforce housing following the demise of the city’s redevelopment agency, which closed its doors Wednesday.
A new report has found that many of the Bay Area’s bridges are in dire need of repair and there isn’t enough money available to fix them.
BART directors were all smiles Thursday as the transit system finished the fiscal year with a $20 million surplus, which is almost unheard of in the public transit business.
San Francisco mayor Ed Lee is about to decide the fate of a deal that would relocate dozens of Chinatown residents to make room for the new Central Subway project.
San Francisco’s Recreation and Parks Department is getting a list of money making recommendations from a prominent civic think tank. The San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association, or SPUR, spent six months preparing the report, which was released Thursday.
California may be broke, but that isn’t stopping the state from funneling more than $200 million into Bay Area transportation projects. This is especially good news for the BART-to-San Jose project.
All that extra money that was supposed to roll into California state coffers when Bay Area bridge tolls went up may get eaten up by a credit swap gone bad.
12 Peninsula school districts are suing San Mateo County in an effort to recuperate $20 million in investments the schools lost when Lehman Brothers collapsed in September 2008.
Two San Jose moms have been charged with embezzling $30,000 from their kids’ elementary school fund that pays for extras, such as hiring school counselors and kindergarten handwriting programs.