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Tag: Aaron Peskin

The Agenda, Feb. 16-23

Airbnb's taxes, ballot initiatives, why are city officials not telling us who they are meeting with, ethics reform, and spaghetti for the 99 percent By Tim Redmond FEBRUARY 17, 2014 –...

What’s up with Flower Mart? Depends on whom you ask

There are differing stories, but the tenants are finally getting a say in their future By Zelda Bronstein JANUARY 23, 2015 -- What’s up with the fight over the future of...

Tom’s Town: Who is running for supervisor?

By Tom Temprano JANUARY 16, 2015 -- San Francisco’s politicos and journalists are very clearly abuzz with speculation and rumors about the 2015 supervisorial race between recent D3 mayoral appointee...

Mayor’s District 3 appointment shows he’s fully on the side of the developers and big money

By Tim Redmond JANUARY 7, 2014 – Well, now at least we know where the mayor stands. No more consensus or compromise: The appointment of Julie Christensen to the D3 supervisor...

Flower Mart tenants seeking fair lease terms

  By Zelda Bronstein DECEMBER 26, 2014 -- Ever since Kilroy Realty Corp. announced last July that it had bought out one of the two businesses that own the San Francisco...

Beyond the happy talk at Flower Mart press conference, big issues remain

By Zelda Bronstein DECEMBER 19, 2014 -- In the face of continuing opposition, Kilroy Realty Corporation has completed its takeover of the San Francisco Flower Mart. But the future of the...

Will there be a mayor’s race in 2015?

  By Tim Redmond DECEMBER 2, 2014 – With Mark Leno officially taking himself out of the 2015 mayor’s race, there’s a real possibility that Mayor Ed Lee will run essentially...

Ballot measure targeting Airbnb headed for November 2015 election

by Tim Redmond with Manissa Maharawal and Erin McElroy NOVEMBER 25, 2014 – Former Sup. Aaron Peskin, standing in front of the headquarters of Airbnb yesterday, explained why the company...

How did Katy Tang end up as Board of Supervisors president?

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 18, 2014 – Sup. John Avalos came over to the rail by the press box around 6pm today and told me that he wanted to declare...

The (next) crisis for City College — the November election

By Tim Redmond Now that the lawsuit against the City College accreditors is moving forward, and the college is entering a new accreditation process, and pretty much everyone with any...