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Tagged with: Board of Supervisors

Watching the cops, and recording them …

Plus supes take on the future of Laguna Honda. That's The Agenda for Jan. 29-Feb 5.

Planning Department has ambitious housing goals; Mayor’s Office stands in the way

Hearing shows huge disconnect between lofty goals and the ability of the city to implement them.

Surprise! Aaron Peskin is the new Board of Supes president

It took 17 votes and a progressive split before Peskin, who hadn't been a candidate, entered the race and won.

Is gentrification an environmental impact?

The battle over People’s Park has been raging since I was in sixth grade, and we could spend a huge amount of time talking...

Judge’s order barring sweeps should serve as a wake-up call for SF

Instead of denials and resistance, Breed Administration should take immediate steps to provide alternatives for people living on the streets.

My sister and I live at the Oasis Family Shelter. The owners should sell it to the city — not close it down.

IT's making a huge difference in family lives. Losing this site would be a terrible failure.

Is it safe? Treasure Island residents face health concerns from toxic dust

The dirt on the island was contaminated. Now it's flying around in the air.

So now I am an ‘election denier?’

A bizarre attack from the neoliberal front pretends that the mayor is popular, there was no district gerrymandering, and the progressives are like Donald Trump. A new low.

Community advocates push for major changes in city housing plan

Extraordinary hearing shows that Housing Element won't work—and Newsom Administration just wants to help real-estate interests make money.

The big (and sometimes pretty strange) money trying to buy Tuesday’s elections

The big money coming into the SF elections is, as usual, a tangled web, with state and local committees funded by Big Tech and...