SF Supervisors To Consider Lowering Speed Limit In Tenderloin to 20 MPHSan Francisco's motorists may have to start pumping their brakes more frequently when driving in the Tenderloin, which could become the city's first neighborhood to reduce the speed of traffic to 20 mph in order to abate vehicle collisions.
SF Supes Approve Chu To Replace Former Assessor-RecorderSan Francisco supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu as the newest city administrator, replacing Naomi Kelly who resigned earlier this month.
San Francisco Supes Send Smoking Ban Back to CommitteeThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to send a proposed ban on smoking cigarettes inside apartments back to committee at its meeting Tuesday night.
Project Home: San Francisco Passes 'Long Overdue' Ordinance Requiring Landlords To Report VacanciesAmid a surge of vacancies in San Francisco’s apartment stock, a new law will allow the city to track just how many units are sitting empty.
San Francisco Bans Smoking Inside Apartments, But Allows Pot SmokingSan Francisco’s Board of Supervisors approved a ban on smoking tobacco inside apartments Tuesday but made an exception for marijuana.
Chan Declares Victory In Tight District 1 Supervisors Race In San FranciscoSan Francisco District 1 Supervisor-elect Connie Chan declared victory Monday, following a close race that saw her beat out her opponent Marjan Philhour by just 134 votes, according to the latest election results.
Most San Francisco Supervisor Races Confirmed, At Least One Too Close To CallRaces for most San Francisco district supervisors appear to be confirmed while at least one remains too close to call, according to the latest election results released Thursday.
6 San Francisco Supervisor Seats Up For Grabs In Next Week's ElectionNext Tuesday on Election Day, San Franciscan will decide six races for city supervisor with more than two dozen candidates vying for seats on the board.
CAREN Act: San Francisco Supervisors Approve Ban On Racist Calls To 911The San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved legislation Tuesday banning false, racially-biased calls to 911.
San Francisco Supes Introduce Anti-Shakedown-Donations LegislationDuring Tuesday's San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Matt Haney introduced legislation that would eliminate what he calls “shakedown donations” -- when a city department leader solicits donations from people seeking contracts or land use permits.
SF Supes Confirm Malia Cohen For Police CommissionThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously confirmed former supervisor Malia Cohen to the San Francisco Police Commission on Tuesday.
2 San Francisco Supervisors Join Movement to Remove Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Name From City HospitalTwo San Francisco supervisors announced Thursday that they support a growing movement to remove Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's name from the city-operated public hospital.
7 Elected Bay Area Officials Call for Voters to Decide Future of Caltrain FundingA joint statement issued by seven elected officials on Sunday calls for letting voters decide on funding for the Caltrain service which has seen ridership drop steeply during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SF Supes Approve Ban On City Profiting From Jail Inmate Phone Calls, ServicesSan Francisco Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a measure permanently banning the city from profiting off jail inmates and their families via services such as phone calls and commissary items.
Ballot Proposal Lowering Voting Age To 16 Approved By San Francisco SupervisorsA charter amendment extending voting rights in San Francisco elections to 16- and 17-year-olds will be placed on the November 2020 ballot following a unanimous vote by city supervisors.