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Tagged with: London Breed

Planning Department has ambitious housing goals; Mayor’s Office stands in the way

Hearing shows huge disconnect between lofty goals and the ability of the city to implement them.

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

Sweeping in the rain

From SoMa to Wood Street Commons, the unhoused suffer as the brutal sweeps continue

Four takeaways from the historic Police Commission vote this week

A progressive commission is becoming the focus of broader criminal-justice reform issues.

Why is Breed resisting a life-saving program that faces no real legal or financial obstacles?

Safe consumption sites work in New York, stunning testimony at a hearing shows. Yet SF is putting on the brakes.

Police Commission considers dramatic changes in racist traffic stops (with Breed opposed)

If a slim 4-3 majority holds, SF could take the national lead in addressing pattern of cops stopping and hassling Black and Brown motorists.

The next supes president, the future of safe-consumption sites, PG&E’s failure …

... and what the School Board leadership debate is really about. That's The Agenda for Jan. 9-16

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.

It’s going to be a difficult 2023 for Mayor London Breed

A looming urban crisis will call for visionary leadership and policies, which are in short supply in this administration.

Judge’s order barring sweeps should serve as a wake-up call for SF

Instead of denials and resistance, Breed Administration should take immediate steps to provide alternatives for people living on the streets.