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After 111 years, SF is finally moving to oust PG&E and create a public power system

Cheap, reliable, green energy is only a few steps away—but the private utility is trying its best to delay the process and protect its illegal monopoly

Dorsey attack on wellness center signals larger issues in SF’s new War on Drugs

The mayor, the DA, and the Tech Right want to revive a failed policy—and maybe go after local judges.

Finally, public discussion on reparations begins this week at the Board of Supes

Plus: Should remote comment be abolished? And what about planning for flooding? That's The Agenda for Feb. 5-12

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

SF plans for the next storm—but what about the one after that?

Breed blames forecasters—and city offers only 170 new shelter beds for thousands of unhoused people.

How many apartments are vacant in SF—and what can we do about it?

The major reform measures made it through their first round at the Rules Committee last week and will be back Monday/31 for what should...

Breed’s moves, and recall elections, could give her more power over local politics

She's just appointed a city attorney. In the next year, she could appoint a DA, a supervisor, and three School Board members. No wonder she's not opposing the recalls.

Campos takes first step toward state Assembly bid

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

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

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

Fate of Bayview facility threatens City College funding chances

The school promised $35 million to the community. Now, a battle over an obscure legal concept has the supes and the College Board at odds.