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Tagged with: PG&E

Will SF’s ambitious Climate Action plan ever actually happen?

Implementing the program will cost money and involve tough decisions. Is City Hall up to it?

Wiener supports giant project pushed through with no neighborhood input

At town hall, senators says that Yimbys 'are the best thing that's happened' and said he supports a massive Potrero Hill project that avoids Planning Commission approval.

After more than a century, PG&E is finally on the ropes in San Francisco

The city's moving to establish a public-power system—but we should also talk about accountability for the politicians and media that enabled an illegal monopoly for so long.

Supes to vote on public bank plan

Plus: Exposing the ongoing PG&E scandal, and a hearing on rent relief -- that's The Agenda for June 13-20

SF building inspectors have no clue about gas pipes that could explode

Stunning revelations about a lack of enforcement of safety standards emerge from supes hearing.

Herrera moves to PUC, giving Breed a chance to appoint a new city attorney

Dramatic move could shake up local politics and impact public policy for years to come.

SF could have affordable Internet for everyone for $35 a resident

Why isn't the Breed Administration moving for municipal broadband? That's The Agenda for April 11-18

A call for the state to revoke PG&E’s license to sell power

In the wake of more criminal charges, some say the PUC should end the private utility's role as the main energy provider in Northern California (paving the way for public power).

El Tecolote’s Radio Teco brings legendary neighborhood paper to podcast life

Legacy of community service continues with episodes on what it's like to get COVID, Central American art, more

The Ferris Wheel is about a lot more than some rides in the air

Chan, Peskin say any contract needs a vote of the board. The bigger issue is privatizing the parks.