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Tag: Mark Farrell

Marcus Books returning to SF as legacy business as indie stores continue their struggle to survive

By Denise Sullivan NOVEMBER 14, 2014 -- It's been said that ghosts haunt the majestic purple Victorian on Fillmore and Post Streets. People who can see such things have reported...

Politics on Tuesday: The new (sorta) Board of Supervisors — and what the vote-by-mail results mean

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 11, 2014 – The Next Big Thing in San Francisco politics will be the reshaping of the Board of Supervisors, which could start to happen as...

Supes side with Airbnb — will this wind up on the ballot?

Tim Redmond OCTOBER 8, 2014 – The Board of Supervisors adopted a slightly amended version of Sup. David Chiu’s Airbnb legislation yesterday, but the measure doesn’t include all of the...

Is Ed Lee opposing the anti-speculation tax? Or did the Realtors go off a bit early?

By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 -- Is Mayor Ed Lee opposed to the anti-speculation tax, Prop. G? Well, the last time I asked him he wasn’t; he said he...

Let’s not elect our elected officials. That’s what the supes said today

By Tim Redmond JULY 15, 2014 – The supervisors rejected a plan today that would have allowed voters to fill vacancies on the Board of Supervisors and in the Mayor’s...

Tom’s Town: Can we elect our elected officials?

By Tom Temprano JUNE 14, 2014 -- I’m sure I’m not alone in having mentally blocked out quite a bit of my middle school experience. That time period is rough...

Politics on Tuesday: Deals on minimum wage, health-care accounts; something screwy going on with housing proposal

Supervisors London Breed and Mark Farrell worked with David Campos to craft a health-care bill that everyone could accept. By Tim Redmond JUNE 10, 2014 -- The final results from the...

Only one race for supervisor this fall?

Is Tony Kelly the only serious challenger to any incumbent supervisor? (Luke Thomas photo) By Tim Redmond The final, final filing deadline is still months away, but at this point it...

Politics on Tuesday: Two big wins for tenants

Sups. London Breed (center) and Scott Wiener (right) ended up voting for the Campos bill after trying to amend it to create exemptions for some landlords. By Tim Redmond APRIL 8,...

Supervisors defy progessive community, approve Google Bus Project

By Tim Redmond APRIL 2, 2014 -- The San Francisco supervisors defied pretty much the entire progressive community last night and gave a green light to a program that allows...