Sunday, May 9, 2021

Tag: Nurses

The Agenda, April 25-May 1: Lots of housing data …

It’s going to be a week full of housing data, which is a good thing since so much of the information the national news media is putting out on...

Mayor faces challenge replacing labor-standards chief

When the San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement was established in 1996, it had a relatively limited mandate, watching to make sure that contractors respected the city’s prevailing-wage...

The problem with Zuckerberg/Wells Fargo Hospital

I just spent an hour with the nurses and their allies at a rally in front of Zuckerberg General Hospital, near Wells Fargo Plaza. The nurses, members of SEIU...

Identity theft in San Francisco

  San Francisco General nurses, to whom it may concern Please answer several questions; I'd really like to learn They've told you what to call it, though you make its mission real This...

Tom’s Town: Young Dems survive takeover (sort of)

JANUARY 14, 2016 -- This past Wednesday a who’s who of fresh-faced politicos packed into the Women’s Building for the consummate game of inside baseball that was the San...

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...

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...

Has Mayor Lee been good for tenants?

Shouldn't he take some responsibility for the impacts of the boom he is so proud of? By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 13, 2015 -- There’s plenty to say about Randy Shaw’s piece...

A wake-up call for Ron Conway

Protesters show up at tech mogul's front door to highlight pay-to-play politics By Marco Gonzales SEPTEMBER 17, 2015 -- Wake up Mr. Conway! It’s seven in the morning, and dozens of...

The Agenda, Sept. 8-13: A developer giveaway worth billions

SF wants to let speculators and developers pay far less than they owe for providing Muni service -- meaning the rest of us have to pick up the tab By...