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Tagged with: Board of Supervisors

A public bank for San Francisco is moving forward, this week

Historic proposal that could transform municipal and nonprofit financing will present preliminary plans.

Proud people who stutter hold event to mark first awareness week in SF

Verbal differences have caused alienation, isolation, and trauma—and the community is working to change that.

Haney’s victory does not mean progressive candidates have to move to the right

The entire local media narrative is wrong, again. The real issue is why none of the local reporters every question the fantasy of the Yimby narrative.

It’s Election Day Tuesday. The supes districts lines are still not finished.

Plus: Are the cops doing their job, and do they really need more money? That's The Agenda for April 18-24

Redistricting process could change, dramatically, in Friday meeting

The entire redistricting process was thrown into an uproar yesterday, as the Elections Commission set a special meeting for Friday/8 to decide if it...

Big real estate and GOP money is backing a move to gerrymander SF districts

Why did the Task Force suddenly change direction? Here's what's going on behind the scenes.

Opposition to new district lines just keeps growing

Nobody except the mayor seems to like what the Redistricting Task Force is doing. Will the community opposition even matter?

A rousing kickoff for a plan to tax landlords who keep units vacant

More than 150 rally to put an empty-homes tax on the SF ballot.

Ten percent of SF housing is vacant, a new report shows

The number of condos that are sold but never occupied has soared in the past five years, suggesting that letting developers build freely doesn't really help the crisis.

Reform measures move forward as supes talk about the real ‘power grab’

The power of the mayor (and developers) and the failures of the news media are the issues as the Rules Committee considers Charter amendments for the June ballot.