Neither of two dueling proposals to change San Francisco’s ranked-choice voting system will go on the June ballot, the city’s Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday.
San Francisco’s financial affairs are looking up after tax revenues have come pouring in at a much higher rate than expected, meaning the city’s projected deficit is dropping.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday is poised to send a message to the federal government about medical marijuana by considering a resolution in support of medicinal cannabis dispensaries.
The board’s Public Safety Committee will consider the proposal by Supervisor Scott Wiener at a hearing Thursday at City Hall.
School board members in San Francisco would be in line for a regular pay check under a measure that’s headed for the ballot.
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom has delayed his swearing in as lieutenant governor to prevent the current left-leaning board of supervisors from electing an interim mayor.
Contra Costa retirees are being told they have nothing to fear about the pension system going broke, but county officials said there will be cuts to meet pension obligations.
A San Francisco Supervisors’ Committee took action Monday to encourage nail salons to replace toxic products with ones that don’t pose a risk to manicurists and their customers.
San Francisco Supervisors have voted to put a tax increase on the November ballot, and at the same time they rejected two other tax proposals to bring in new revenue.
San Franciscans who aren’t citizens, but have children in the public schools would get to vote in school board elections under a measure that will go to voters this November.