Stories about D9

Haney proposes sweeping reforms for public works

A new clean-streets agency would operate under a commission with public hearings and oversight.

Supes poised to create 12 new districts where vacancy tax can be assessed

Every part of town would have a neighborhood commercial district where vacant storefronts would pay a fee.

What the city’s new housing policy will mean

It's way better than the original plan. But community groups are still going to demand more from developers

What if everything the national Democratic Party leaders think about campaigns is wrong?

Suppose the Party put $500 million into frontline staff and organizers who know how to talk to voters? That model seemed to work in SF

The Agenda, Dec. 12-18: Will the supes fold on free City College?

Plus: Building over a shaky PG&E gas main, a new police commissioner, and goodby to three really excellent supervisors: We look at the week ahead

The SF election: What happened?

How did progressives lose the Board of Supes -- and what can we do now?

The Agenda, Nov. 28-Dec. 4: An honest tenant scorecard

... another key vote on the Mission's future -- and what do we do about the jail?

Now, more than ever, San Francisco matters

In Trump's America, this city has to be a place where we don't let the rich and powerful rule everything

Early local results: A very mixed bag

Ronen, Yee are solid; Alvarenga, Preston behind. Fewer is close

The Agenda, Election Day issue: Will Big Tech take over SF politics?

This will be a decisive local election -- and we don't even know who will vote