San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Opponents to new condominiums near San Francisco’s Ferry Building said the development could threaten the city’s sewer system.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is investigating exactly how many employees used their work computers for online gambling and/or pornography.
San Francisco voters must decide in November whether the city should take a first step towards draining Hetch Hetchy and restoring the natural course of the Tuolumne River.
San Francisco took another step Wednesday towards signing a controversial contract with Shell Energy to provide renewable energy to households in the city at rates higher than Pacific Gas and Electric.
San Francisco’s only outdoor shooting range is holding out hope that negotiations can prevents its 78-year run at Lake Merced from coming to an end this summer.
The building features wind turbines, solar panels and is reusing water on site.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission was working Friday morning to clean up a mess in Fisherman’s Wharf caused by a water main that ruptured earlier in the day.
Cleaning up 60 years of lead bullets and clay ducks from the shooting range on the shore of Lake Merced could cost San Francisco taxpayers as much as $10 million, city officials said.
A centuries-old oak tree in San Mateo County in the path of a $4.6 billion water system upgrade will be preserved thanks to an agreement reached between neighbors, the county and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.
The ringleader of an embezzlement ring at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is headed to prison.