Sponsored link
Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Sponsored link

Tagged with: Muni

Reforming the recall—and the mayor’s power to appoint elected officials

Plus: What's going on with Mental Health SF, and is CPMC helping with the public-health crisis in the Tenderloin?

UCSF’s new hospital: A pretty building, but in the wrong place

The school's plans will make one part of the city more unlivable and the other part less healthy and wealthy.

Breed refuses to discuss the future of road closures with supervisors

Mayor has hostile response to fair questions from Chan on a topic that could really use some leadership.

No, Muni isn’t broke: New report challenges mayor’s austerity planning

Controller's Office says the system faces no serious deficits, contradicting what Breed and Muni leaders have said when they opposed restoring service or cutting fares.

Walton calls for SFMTA to restore a key bus line in Vis Valley

Route that takes Southeast residents to Soma and Chinatown was cut in the pandemic, and the community wants it back.

Opinion: Muni’s restoration plan ignores the needs of people with disabilities

Changes to the J-Church and the 2-Clement lines leave serious gaps for people who have limited mobility.

Breed bows to Cole Valley conservatives in blocking homeless drop-in center

Plus: Uncovering the privatization and corruption scandals of the Parks Alliance and the Rec-Park Department. That's The Agenda for Nov. 15-21

Arts Forecast: Who doesn’t love a Neon Gothic Unicorn?

trixxie carr's new sci-fi drag cabaret, El Rio's wild birthday, SF Coffee Fest, Crack Cloud, Missing Persons, 'Morte de Smudgie,' more to do

Arts Forecast: Robot hair metal, drag pumpkins, the best New Wave…

Plus: Persian techno, Litquake continues, Trolley Dances, two terrific dance festivals on film, more

A car-free JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park is finally close to reality

But there are some complicated equity issues that will require a lot more discussion.