Stories about Planning

The next mayor may serve for 10 years. And candidates have 27 days to decide

The direction of this city for a decade could be decided by who files to run for mayor -- and Jan. 9 is the deadline

The Doormat Division: Perfect Season Parade preserved!

Cleveland goes for totally broke as the worst teams in the worst league ever fight for the Moldy Carpet Award

Why workers had to strike in Oakland

Don't blame union members for a cost-of-living crisis that they didn't create

Little-known Yimby-developer bills will have big impact on local planning

Growth machine continues its attack on anything that stands in the way of more market-rate housing

Rich homeowners win one — but why is this even an issue?

Presido Terrace Association gets to keep its private, gated street. Why doesn't the city take what should be a public right-of-way?

What if the housing crisis is caused by too much growth?

Supes hearing shows that affordable housing numbers are cooked, the crisis isn't getting better -- and part of the problem is too many tech offices

Cannabis (again), sidewalk robots (again) and a bad housing balance (again)

That's The Agenda for Nov. 27-Dec. 3 -- and yeah, we are a long way from solving some of these problems

Zarate prosecutor seeks First-Degree Murder

DA's Office asking judge to instruct jury on a charge that requires planning and premeditation -- something no evidence in the case suggests

Unlikely coalition demands better cannabis law

Both sides of the progressive/moderate political divide were in agreement that the current cannabis legislation is a mess

Diana Gameros sings lullabies of Mexico

Heralding a return to her childhood home after 15 years, the local favorite brings family together on new album 'Arrullo.'