San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting’s successful bid for a state Assembly seat has created an opening for a possible double play that would let Mayor Ed Lee appoint another ally to the Board of Supervisors.
While much of the state and the country grapples with joblessness, San Francisco is seeing growth in Internet and biotech jobs, according to new data released by San Francisco County Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting.
The City and County of San Francisco’s Office of Assessor-Recorder released a report Wednesday saying that a review of nearly 400 foreclosures in the county revealed that bank and lender mistakes were found in nearly 99% of the cases.
The 11 candidates vying to be the next mayor of San Francisco all sounded remarkably similar Monday as they fielded questions about transportation, jobs, homelessness, even public nudity.
A group of San Francisco city leaders and Bayview residents who were foreclosed on gathered at City Hall Thursday, seeking legislative action against Wall Street and banks.
Activists in San Francisco’s large Chinese American community gathered in Chinatown Wednesday to call on mayoral candidates to stop bashing Mayor Ed Lee.
With indications growing that San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee will run for election this fall, political pundits and the candidates themselves must reconsider the odds of who might win the election.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has changed his tune on whether he will run for mayor in November, saying Tuesday he is considering a run after months of saying he had no plans to join the race.
San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting announced Wednesday that his office generated an additional $50 million in property tax revenue above expectations, helping the city close a large budget deficit for the coming fiscal year.
A California proposal to outlaw the title ingredient in shark fin soup, a traditional Chinese delicacy, has turned into a recipe for controversy in San Francisco, home to the nation’s oldest Chinatown.