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Tag: Dianne Feinstein

Is the Left in SF dead? Um, no …

  By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 23, 2014 – We got quite a crowd for the Save the  Bay Guardian rally at noon today – at least 75 people, maybe 100. I...

Politics on Tuesday: Feinstein joins Airbnb opponents — but the bill gets final approval anyway. Plus: When is a...

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 21, 2014 – Senator Dianne Feinstein, who hasn’t made a habit of getting involved in local politics of late, threw a bombshell into the Airbnb debate...

Will the “growth wars” ever end? Well, maybe not

By Zelda Bronstein OCTOBER 13, 2014 -- Every month, the law firm of Reuben, Junius & Rose hosts a lunchtime forum called the Real Estate Roundtable at the City of...

Democratic Party backs tenants — narrowly

By Tim Redmond AUGUST 14, 2014 -- The biggest applause at the Democratic County Central Committee last night came about an hour and a half into the meeting, when Chair...

Pride: Parties and politics as housing activists take over Google float

Grand Marshall Tommi Avicolli Mecca won a fabulosity ribbon after his contingent Occupied the Google float. By Tim Redmond JUNE 29, 2014 – Wow, what a festive Pride Parade Day! The...

Court ruling could impact ParkMerced — and the future of the city’s landmark growth measure, Prop. M

By Tim Redmond JUNE 13, 2014 -- A legal case that’s pending in the state Court of Appeal could change the future of the giant ParkMerced development – and impact...

Politics on Tuesday: Mayor Lee on his tenant duck, AT&T’s ugly property, what it means to be effective in...

  By Tim Redmond APRIL 13, 2014 -- Mayor Ed Lee finally explained today – sort of – why he refused to sign the David Campos legislation that increases the relocation...

Chiu’s attack on Campos is just factually wrong. Here’s how.

Aaron Peskin, shown here partying with Tom Temprano, Campos, Tommi Avicolli Mecca, and Gabriel Haaland, is a Campos supporter. So are many others, including Tom Ammiano, who is left...

The mayor’s looming budget problem

By Tim Redmond Mayor Ed Lee has a serious budget problem. And it could become a serious political problem. See, the city is flush with a lot of new money from...

City Beat: Dissecting the mayor’s interview on KQED. Plus: Ammiano Clean Energy bill moves forward — and why does...

By Tim Redmond APRIL 21, 2014 -- Mayor Ed Lee didn't really say anything new on KQED's Forum this morning, but he gave a few hints of his stand on...