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Supes delay ban on remote comments, but the issue is getting even bigger

Rules Committee wants to coordinate with other boards and commissions as a wide range of activists denounce Mandelman plan.

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.

SF could lead the way on public power for California

Lafco hearing sets the stage for a new effort to replace private utilities, in the city and statewide.

What the new AI says about the Yimby movement and agenda

You can make it argue almost anything, and it's alarmingly cogent. Here's an example.

Police Commission considers dramatic changes in racist traffic stops (with Breed opposed)

If a slim 4-3 majority holds, SF could take the national lead in addressing pattern of cops stopping and hassling Black and Brown motorists.

It’s going to be a difficult 2023 for Mayor London Breed

A looming urban crisis will call for visionary leadership and policies, which are in short supply in this administration.

City study completely ignores the reality of gentrification and displacement

Report on 469 Stevenson misses the point as planners reconsider controversial housing development.

SFPD has the worst record in the state on ‘pretext stops’ of Black and API people

Plus: Was the Killer Robot vote even legal? That's The Agenda for Dec. 5-12 2022

Mayor Breed personally ordered homeless sweeps, new evidence shows

City officials say they are at 'war' with the unhoused and routinely violate law and local policy, lawsuit alleges.

Obama in Charleston: ‘Grace’ delves into White House response to horrific hate crime

White House Chief Speechwriter Cody Keenan reflects on pressures and transcendence of '10 Days in the Battle for America'