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Tuesday, January 18, 2022

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City College makes a move to save Cantonese classes

By classifying program as transferable to UC, school can get additional state money.

Gig workers seek support hubs where they can rest, charge, and pee

Companies like Doordash and Uber Eats offer no help to the people who make their operations possible.

Taxi drivers protest, demand relief from SF’s failed permit program

Drivers decimated by Uber and Lyft say SF cheated them out of millions, and they want action, now.

Walton calls for SFMTA to restore a key bus line in Vis Valley

Route that takes Southeast residents to Soma and Chinatown was cut in the pandemic, and the community wants it back.

Union workers need more affordable housing, new study shows

Collaboration between labor and housing activists shows that current market-driven policies won't keep workforce in town.

A scathing report says SF fails to give services to people in homeless camps

Study shows that most unhoused people never get shelter—but many lose all of their belongings.

Eviction-free SF: Advocates say that renters still have options

Know your rights—the moratorium is over but renters still have a lot of protections.

City College hires new chancellor

David Martin, CCSF vet, will take helm—and now some very difficult work begins, starting with changing the state funding rules.

Dandelion Chocolate workers’ union vote is approved by NLRB

On Thursday, after roughly five months, contested ballots cast by Dandelion workers deciding whether to unionize under International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 6...

Keep the SIP hotels open to save lives, demonstrators tell Mayor Breed

Sup. Haney says feds will probably keep paying—but in the end, the city needs to buy these hotels as permanent housing.