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Tagged with: City Hall

The state of California is screwing San Francisco on housing

Thanks to Sen. Wiener and our own delegation, San Francisco may be in serious trouble in four years—and it won't be the city's fault.

The future of the Castro Theater, and its role in the LGBTQ community, now at City Hall

Historic Preservation Commission will consider whether the legendary venue can become a concert nightclub.

New study says market conditions, not city requirements, prevent housing construction

It's not affordable-housing policies or regulatory delays: Under current conditions, there is no way to meet the state's housing mandates.

Finding nature’s pitch in the macrocosms of Carrie Lederer

The Oakland artist went from a curatorial career to creating her own mycorrhizal murals.

Booms, busts, PG&E and the bloated police budget

Every city agency has to face cuts—but not the cops? And when will the city move to seize PG&E's grid? That's The Agenda for Jan. 15-22

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.

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.

Two crucial issues, housing and downtown, will come before the supes this week

Plus: what does 'a city that works' really mean? That's The Agenda for Nov. 13-20

What to look for as tonight’s election results come in

Swing district, taxes—and the national fear factor

Opinion: Closing JFK Drive and the Great Highway was a big mistake

The post-pandemic reasons for closure are disingenuous and make for bad public policy.