Supervisor Drums Up Support For Renaming SFO After Harvey MilkA San Francisco supervisor has been trying to drum up support for a ballot measure that would rename San Francisco International Airport after gay rights icon Harvey Milk.
SF Revives Push To Ditch Ranked Choice VotingRunoff elections between the top two vote-getters would decide contests for mayor, sheriff, city attorney, district attorney, treasurer and assessor where no candidate got a 50 percent plus one vote majority.
Measure Would Increase Businesses That Pay SF Tax A tax ballot measure that's being introduced this week at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors would dramatically increase the number of businesses that pay into the business tax.
Business Climate Improves In San Francisco With Tech Leading The WayIn this KCBS Cover Story, reporter Margie Shafer looks at how the tech sector is leading to a more optimistic business climate in San Francisco.
Poll Finds San Franciscan's Happy With Lawmakers, Quality Of LifeThe Chamber of Commerce's annual CityBeat Poll shows Mayor Ed Lee has a 68 percent approval rating and gives glimpses of the city's quality of life.
San Francisco Chamber Of Commerce Announces Ebbie WinnersThe San Francisco Chamber of Commerce has announced the winners of its annual "Excellence in Business" awards, also known as Ebbies.
San Francisco Labor, Business Lobby Unite On Pension ReformThe heads of the San Francisco Labor Council and the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce have agreed to co-chair the campaign for Mayor Ed Lee’s pension reform ballot measure.
San Francisco Supervisors’ Economic Report Cards ReleasedThe San Francisco Chamber of Commerce has released a new report on where the city’s Board of Supervisors stands on key business issues.
San Francisco Poll Ranks Homelessness, Panhandling As Top ConcernA poll has found that homelessness and panhandling are the top concerns for San Francisco residents.
Phil Matier: Ranked-Choice Confusing To San Francisco VotersMore than half of the respondents in a poll commissioned by the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce said they don’t understand how their vote counts on a ranked-choice ballot.