San Francisco Ordinance Could Provide Easier Access To Paid Time Off For Domestic WorkersSan Francisco Supervisor Hillary Ronen proposed legislation at the board of supervisors meeting Tuesday that would secure access to paid time off for domestic workers, ensuring compensation in the face of an illness or emergency.
San Francisco Supes Approve Crackdown On Contractors With Multiple Building Permit ViolationsSan Francisco supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved legislation to address what the legislation's author says is fraudulent abuse of the city's Department of Building Inspection's permit system.
COVID Vaccine: Advocates Call On Newsom To Prioritize Vaccines For Teachers, School StaffLocal lawmakers, doctors, education leaders and others on Thursday called on Gov. Gavin Newsom and public health officials to put teachers third in line to get the COVID-19 vaccine when it's available.
SF Supes Approve Buyout Regulation Ordinance; Reparations Plan For Black Residents IntroducedAmid a housing shortage throughout the Bay Area, San Francisco supervisors on Tuesday approved an ordinance amending buyout regulations for landlords in order to help tenants stay in their units.
SF Supervisor Proposes Protecting Tenants By Tightening Landlord Buyout RegulationsIn a bid to tackle the city's housing crisis, San Francisco Supervisor Hillary Ronen is proposing legislation to tighten buyout regulations for landlords.
SF Supervisor Proposes Forcing SFO To Change Harvey Milk Signage PlanAlmost a year after San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed legislation to rename the San Francisco International Airport's Terminal 1 after slain Supervisor Harvey Milk, Supervisor Hillary Ronen said she's still fighting over the name change.
San Francisco Supe Calls For Public Power Amid PG&E BankruptcyAs Pacific Gas & Electric Co. files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, a San Francisco supervisor seeks to jumpstart the process of creating a public utility to replace PG&E in the city.
Program To Offer Medical, Social Services To Mission District Sex WorkersOutreach workers will offer medical and social services to sex workers in San Francisco’s Mission District starting next month as part of a new pilot program spearheaded by Supervisor Hillary Ronen.