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A public bank for San Francisco is moving forward, this week

Historic proposal that could transform municipal and nonprofit financing will present preliminary plans.

Crack down on homeless people—or prevent people from becoming homeless?

Two very different approaches to housing policy were under discussion this week.

At American Steel, a trailblazing artist community is displaced for redevelopment

Tight-knit Burning Man clan reckons with moving—but may have itself paved the way for West Oakland industrial hub's gentrification

In stunning late-night move, Redistricting Task Force switches to map community opposes

A version of supes lines that has nearly zero visible public support—but would help the Mayor's Agenda—is now moving forward.

Haney attacks Campos for supporting a measure that Haney also supported

Mailers complain that Campos wanted a pause on the luxury housing causing displacement in the Mission. So did Haney.

Painter’s ball: Unity-minded Bay Area Mural Project hosts group’s first gala

Celebrating "each-one-teach-one Bay Area flavor" at a sold-out California Ballroom in downtown Oakland.

The Treasure Island toll is regressive, pointless—and still somehow alive

The developers got a sweet deal, and now want to make low-income residents pay for the ferry service they need to sell high-end condos.

Tenants go to landlords’ house and ask them to call off Ellis Act eviction

Residents want Pierre and Tracy Malak to sell the 19th Street apartment building to a city-backed nonprofit so they won't lose their longtime homes.

Developer money to Haney may violate SF’s ethics rules

Three builders with projects pending or just approved in SF donated to a sitting supervisor.

UCSF’s new hospital: A pretty building, but in the wrong place

The school's plans will make one part of the city more unlivable and the other part less healthy and wealthy.