SF Proposition G, Property Tax To Discourage House-Flipping, Rejected By VotersSan Francisco Proposition G, which would impose an additional tax on the sales price of multi-unit property sold within five years of purchase, was defeated by voters on Tuesday.
Flipped Real Estate Tax Measure G Draws Dueling Rallies At San Francisco City HallA real estate taxation measure on San Francisco's ballot prompted dueling rallies on the steps of City Hall Monday morning.
Arbitrator May Delay Taking Up San Francisco Muni Contract That Prompted SickoutAn arbitrator may not take up the San Francisco Municipal Railway contract that prompted a driver sickout this week as quickly as initially planned.
SF Muni Operators' Union Challenges Contract From ArbitratorA lawsuit filed Friday seeks to overturn a contract imposed on San Francisco Muni bus drivers and train operators by an arbitrator.
San Francisco Voters Reject Half-Cent Sales Tax HikeSan Francisco Supervisor Carmen Chu is disappointed to see the failure of a tax measure that she says would have gone to ease the city's budget problems.
Muni Drivers' Salaries Now Subject To BargainingCity voters unhappy with public transit took their anger out their frustration with Muni at the ballot box, approving a measure that eliminates salary guarantees for drivers and train operators.