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Tagged with: PG&E

As schools face dire budget cuts, Newsom is sitting on a huge surplus

The state is up against a law that may limit spending and require tax dollars to be returned to the taxpayers—while public education is teetering on the edge of disaster.

Supes grill PG&E exec on how the company is holding SF hostage

The company is basically saying 'Screw You' to the city, and is unapologetic about wanting to block SF from using its own clean public power.

Trailblazing lesbian publisher Kim Corsaro was ‘wondrous, determined’

Remembering the larger-than-life leader of the Bay Times, who radicalized local gay journalism and famously got a police chief fired.

How many apartments are vacant in SF—and what can we do about it?

The major reform measures made it through their first round at the Rules Committee last week and will be back Monday/31 for what should...

Court rejects PG&E, sides with SF in major public-power case

Ruling not only saves the city hundreds of millions, but could pave the way for a real , green, public-power system.

Recology files fake ‘reform’ petition

Company wants to undermine changes to its monopoly; 'even PG&E doesn't operate this way.'

The big money shows up for Haney in state Assembly race

Building trades and opponents of single-payer are putting up hundreds of thousands in an IE that is likely to attack Campos

In Bayview, air power for the people

Marie Harrison Bayview Hunters Point Air Monitor Project puts important data in the hands of the community

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.