Runoff elections between the top two vote-getters would decide contests for mayor, sheriff, city attorney, district attorney, treasurer and assessor where no candidate got a 50 percent plus one vote majority.
Weeks after the 49ers broke ground on a new stadium in Santa Clara, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to allow the team out of their Candlestick Park lease early.
A push is on in San Francisco to extend tax breaks for the film industry for a couple more years.
A charter amendment proposal was introduced at San Francisco City Hall Tuesday which would put an end to the city’s experiment with rank choice voting.
A new controller’s report says eliminating San Francisco’s payroll tax on stock options would cost the city up to $75,000 a year in future revenue.
San Francisco would no longer tax stock options under a proposal introduced Tuesday at the Board of Supervisors meeting.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has signed up some of the city’s top technology companies to join his new Technology Advisory Council with the goal of growing San Francisco’s high tech industry.
San Francisco’s Upper Fillmore neighborhood could be spruced up with legislation on the table that would lift a ban on new restaurants.
School board members in San Francisco would be in line for a regular pay check under a measure that’s headed for the ballot.
All four contested races for San Francisco supervisor appear to have been settled after some candidates claimed victory and others conceded in response to the latest release of elections results on Tuesday.