Thursday, March 4, 2021

Tag: Public Records

The battle for Midtown: A community housing struggle

The weekly tenant meetings of the residents of Midtown Park Apartments at the corner of Geary and Divisadero always begin and end with a prayer. For the past year,...

Is Josh Arce supported by the cops?

The support of the Police Officers Association has become a campaign issue in District 9, with Hillary Ronen pointing out that the campaign of her opponent, Josh Arce, is...

The Agenda, Aug. 22-28: Sunshine for developers …

A committee of the San Francisco Sunshine Ordinance Task Force ruled in favor the city Planning Department last week against a filmmaker who wanted key documents about ParkMerced. And...

Major sunshine issue comes before obscure committee

A committee of the Sunshine Ordinance Task Force, which normally gets no press attention, will take on what could be an explosive issue Tuesday/16 when it considers a public-records...

The real-estate sleaze reaches high tide in the DCCC race

The sleaze coming out of the real-estate industry has reached astonishing levels in the past couple of days, with Big Tech and the Association of Realtors spending gobs of...

Does San Francisco need a Public Advocate?

With the mess that was the Super Bowl negotiations, and the FBI investigations at City Hall, and a genuine feeling that the mayor isn’t listening to anyone except the...

The problem with the Google bus program

On Tuesday, Jan. 26, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors will hear an environmental appeal of the permanent commuter shuttle program. That program, now in a pilot phase, transports...

Censored: Ten big stories the news media ignored

Even in the social-media era, when a small news outlet can create a viral story, some of the biggest news of the past year never got to most of...

Up against a serial evictor

Fergus O'Sullivan keeps throwing tenants out of their homes. Now some of them are fighting back By Erin McElroy JUNE 30, 2015 -- On Sunday June 28th, roughly 20 activists gathered...

The Agenda, May 26-31: Round One in the Mission Moratorium battle

Democratic Party will debate the issue; expect fireworks. Plus: Public hearings are part of civic life. Get used to it. By Tim Redmond MAY 26, 2015 – So now even that...