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Tagged with: City Attorney

Recology files fake ‘reform’ petition

Company wants to undermine changes to its monopoly; 'even PG&E doesn't operate this way.'

Supes may take another look at Breed’s Tenderloin State of Emergency

Peskin wants another hearing—and there are so, so many questions that still need to be answered.

Elections of next six months will be referendum on Mayor Breed’s policies

She's not on the ballot until 2023—but candidates and ballot measures will test whether the voters think Breed is leading the city in the right direction.

Why have DBI, Planning, and the cops gotten away with so much for so long?

Plus: $70 million for parking meters when the mayor says we can't afford to keep SIP hotels open to save lives. That's The Agenda for Sept. 13-19

Will Mayor Breed declare a state of emergency on drug-overdose deaths?

Activists, supervisors, DA all say it's time to defy the state and feds and set up city-backed safe-injection sites.

Campos takes first step toward state Assembly bid

If Chiu becomes city attorney, his seat will be open for a special election.

After more than a century, PG&E is finally on the ropes in San Francisco

The city's moving to establish a public-power system—but we should also talk about accountability for the politicians and media that enabled an illegal monopoly for so long.

SF to pay $8 million after cops framed an innocent man for murder

Plus: An urban farm in the Portola, and shadows on two city parks ... That's The Agenda for July 26-August 1.

Supes panel appoints three community-based progressives to redistricting panel

Move will counter the Elections Commission's appointments, all of whom are allies of the mayor, in what could be a major gerrymandering fight.

Judge rejects plan to ban people with drug arrests from the Tenderloin

Why are we still fighting the failed War on Drugs in 2021?