COVID: SF Supes Approve Emergency Ordinance To Increase Hotels To House Homeless People During PandemicSan Francisco supervisors approved an emergency ordinance calling for an increase the amount of hotel rooms for homeless people as the COVID-19 pandemic endures.
San Francisco Supervisors To Vote On Moving Forward With Landmark Designation For SF Eagle BarThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will vote on a resolution that could give landmark status to the historic SF Eagle bar.
SF Supes Approve Mayor's Appointees To SFMTA Board Of DirectorsSan Francisco supervisors on Tuesday approved two new directors -- both candidates chose by Mayor London Breed -- for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency's Board of Directors.
San Jose Lawmakers Vote To Rename Downtown Stretch 'Barack Obama Boulevard'Drivers in downtown San Jose will soon be able to take a ride down Barack Obama Boulevard.
San Francisco Supes Vote 10-1 To Condemn SF General Name ChangeSan Francisco's Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted 10-1 to pass a resolution condemning the naming of San Francisco General Hospital after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Contra Costa County Halts New Hemp Grows While Regulations Are CreatedFollowing some complaints from people who live near eastern Contra Costa County industrial hemp grow sites about odor, lights and other factors, the county Board of Supervisors has approved a 45-day moratorium on new hemp planting as regulations governing location and cultivation of industrial hemp are considered.
Contra Costa County Ceremony To Honor Veterans Goes VirtualEast Bay officials offered thanks to military veterans for their service during a Veterans Day program Tuesday that was part of the regular Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors meeting.
Incumbent Supervisor Glover Wins Sixth Term In Contra Costa CountyIncumbent Contra Costa County Supervisor Federal Glover has won a sixth term, soundly defeating County Assessor Gus Kramer.
SF Supes Approve $14 Billion Budget That Includes Funds For COVID-19, Homeless, City Workers, Afr. Am. CommunitySan Francisco nearly $14 billion budget was approved by a 10-1 during Tuesday's Board of Supervisors meeting, with Supervisor Catherine Stefani voting against it
Fines For Violating COVID-19 Health Orders Go Into Effect In San Mateo CountyAfter weeks of warnings to mask up, as of Wednesday residents in San Mateo County who choose not to heed public health requirements can be forced to pay a fine.
New Law Requires Contra Costa County Residents To Mask Up Or Pay UpContra Costa County supervisors unanimously approved an ordinance, on Tuesday, that allows city and county officials to cite people who don’t wear masks, or don’t keep a distance of at least 6 feet. Group gatherings can also be cited.
SF Supes Don't Approve Public Advocate Office For Whistleblower ComplaintsThe Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted on a handful of charter amendments to be placed on the San Francisco's November ballot, but ultimately shot down one measure that would've created a Public Advocate Office.
Napa County Adds Stiff Citations To Mask MandateThe Napa County Board of Supervisors has put some teeth into a mask mandate, with a new ordinance authorizing fines from $25 to $500 for individuals and $200 to $5,000 for businesses that receive repeated complaints for not wearing your mask.
Street In SF’s Western Addition To Be Renamed After City’s First Black FirefighterSan Francisco's Board of Supervisors voted to commemorate the city's first Black firefighter, Earl Gage Jr., by naming a block-long street in the city's Western Addition neighborhood for him.
Santa Clara County Supervisors Approve Racism As Public Health Crisis Resolution, Police ReformsThe Santa Clara Board of Supervisors on Tuesday afternoon unanimously approved a resolution declaring racism as a public health crisis, according to Supervisor Dave Cortese.