San Francisco Supes Eliminate Several Fees For Affordable Housing ProjectsCreating affordable housing in San Francisco may get easier after the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved eliminating several fees for affordable housing developments.
Group Seeking To Halt South Beach Navigation Center Files LawsuitA group of residents in San Francisco's South Beach neighborhood opposing a SAFE Navigation Center in the area filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the city, seeking to stop the center's construction.
SF Supes Vote To Place $600M Affordable Housing Bond On Nov. BallotThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted to place an affordable housing bond on the November ballot, city officials said.
Castro LGBTQ Cultural District Designation Aims To Preserve HistoryLess than a week before San Francisco's annual Pride Celebration, the city's supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved an ordinance to recognize the Castro District as a cultural district.
Embarcadero Navigation Center To Move Forward As SF Supes Reject AppealThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors green-lighted the new 200 bed navigation center on the Embarcadero on Tuesday evening.
SF Supervisors Approve Closing Juvenile Hall By End Of 2021San Francisco supervisors on Tuesday voted 10-1 in favor of closing the city's Juvenile Hall, a bold move that would make San Francisco one of the first cities in the nation to do so.
San Francisco Supervisors Approve Facial Recognition Technology BanSan Francisco supervisors on Tuesday approved a ban on police and other public agencies using facial recognition technology, making it the first city in the U.S. with such a restriction.
San Francisco Leaders Approve Ban On Cashless StoresSan Francisco supervisors unanimously approved legislation requiring retailers to accept cash for payment.
Muni Workers To Protest Safety Conditions, Wages On Transit SystemSFMTA workers gathered in San Francisco Thursday to demand safety improvements, better working conditions and wages in the wake of numerous problems with Muni.
Muni Problems Have Some Lawmakers Calling For Change In SFMTA ManagementThe trains and buses are running on schedule again, but Friday's Muni meltdown has some city leaders talking about getting the transit agency's management on track.
San Francisco Supes Vote To Establish Toll For Lombard Street DriversAfter years of debate, San Francisco will charge a fee to drive down Lombard Street.
Oakland Marriott Workers Agree on Contract; SF Strike Goes OnOfficials with the Marriott Hotel in Oakland confirmed Friday that they have reached a tentative agreement with workers at the East Bay location while the hotel workers' strike continues in San Francisco.
Supervisors Ready To Grill Firm Over Shipyard Radiation CleanupThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors was preparing to grill executives from Tetra Tech, the firm accused of falsifying results from the $1 billion radiation cleanup at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, at a hearing Monday.
San Francisco Retailers Brace For Ban On Sale Of FurLocal retailers stand to lose millions of dollars if San Francisco becomes the nation's first major city to ban the sale of fur clothing and other fur products.
SF Supes Approve Rules For Recreational Pot ShopsSan Francisco supervisors approved regulations for the sale of recreational marijuana following weeks of emotional debate over where to allow new stores.