Sunday, May 9, 2021

Tag: EIR

The agenda, Feb. 8-14: Lee’s strange transit policy …

Here’s a strange one that’s mostly under the radar: Mayor Ed Lee has introduced a ballot measure that would direct all future increases in revenue for Muni into capital...

The problem with the Google bus program

On Tuesday, Jan. 26, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors will hear an environmental appeal of the permanent commuter shuttle program. That program, now in a pilot phase, transports...

The Agenda, Jan 25-31: The Super Bowl, tech buses ….

Mayor Lee hasn’t met with the press since his campaign fundraisers were charged with felonies, but reporters will get a chance to talk to him Tuesday/26 after he appears...

Supes oppose displacement — then approve displacement

After voting for a measure to give neighborhood preference in affordable housing, board votes for giant development that neighborhood opposes By Tim Redmond The Board of Supervisors approved a plan today...

The Agenda, Nov. 16-22: Supes will decide on giant waterfront and SoMa projects

And the role of Sup. Jane Kim in cutting a deal on one of them is raising all sorts of questions By Tim Redmond (UPDATED -- this story is updated to...

OPINION: A perspective on Ethics reform

The nonprofit dispute over Prop. C By Larry Bush OCTOBER 30, 2015 -- Some nonprofits, and the newly revived Bay Guardian, are opposing Proposition C, which would change lobbying rules. Let...

The Agenda, Oct. 19-25: The city’s housing balance, an Uber crime report …

... a School Board member's role in a sleazy Ed Lee/Julie Christensen event, and why is SF still stuck with Comcast?  By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 19, 2015 -- On KQED’s Forum...

The Agenda, Sept. 21 – Sept 27: A big, odd, garbage battle at City Hall …

... Pits the Sierra Club and a giant landfill operator against our local  trash monopoly. Plus: An insane transportation fee goes to the supes, as does a chapter in...

The battle of Soma, round one

Planners approve massive project at Fifth and Mission, but appeals are still ahead By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 21, 2015 -- About nine hours into the Planning Commission’s hearing on the giant...

Supes move forward with jail that we might not need

$240 million project that nobody has seen and that might be obsolete the day it opens gets preliminary approval from board members who say they don't like it. Go...