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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

New board committees show little dramatic change—and some potential

Conservatives take over one panel, but progressives still control budget and land use—and a new committee on homelessness could take on a big role.

Supes to consider housing farce—and start on the mayor’s budget

Everybody knows the Housing Element won't work, but it's going to be approved anyway. Maybe at least someone will ask some questions.

Health Commission faces the ongoing crisis at Laguna Honda Hospital

And meanwhile, hundreds of unhoused seniors have serious medical issues that are getting entirely ignored.

2022’s highlights on stage, in a year of navigating theater’s return

The best (and worst) of welcome Bay Area productions—but let's remember that COVID is still with us, please.

Why are we still fighting over harm reduction in SF?

Feinstein resisted AIDS-era needle exchanges, now Breed rejects proven safe injection sites. We can't incarcerate our way out of crisis

What does Breed plan to do about the overdose crisis?

Plus: The future of Laguna Honda, racist police traffic stops, and the farce that is the city's Housing Element. That's The Agenda for Dec. 11-18

Why 469 Stevenson, the much-hyped project, will provide zero affordable housing for SoMa

Look at the numbers. It just doesn't add up. And there was a much better alternative.

Is it safe? Treasure Island residents face health concerns from toxic dust

The dirt on the island was contaminated. Now it's flying around in the air.

Nonprofit with $20 million in city money defies supes, won’t talk about labor issues

Board members furious that the Felton Institute refused to answer questions at a hearing on union-contract issues.