Today’s Stories (Last updated November 17, 05:51 PM)

Nov
17
Salesforce Invests in Climate Change and Economic Inequality
by Owen Stephens
Ahead of its annual Dreamforce conference, which begins this week, Salesforce announced $17 million in donations that will go to nonprofits over the next year to advance environmenta... more
Ahead of its annual Dreamforce conference, which begins this week, Salesforce announced $17 million in donations that will go to nonprofits over the next year to advance environmental sustainability and economic equality. As a symbol of their commitment to the environment and to help reduce the impact of the conference, Salesforce removed meat from its menu for the 171,000 person conference. more
Salesforce to donate $17 million to fight climate change, economic inequality
Chronicle (11/17/2019)
Nov
17
The Guardian Profile of DA-Elect Chesa Boudin
by Owen Stephens
In a new profile published by The Guardian, District Attorney-Elect Chesa Boudin is described as reviled by law enforcement leaders, but celebrated by progressive leaders around the ... more
In a new profile published by The Guardian, District Attorney-Elect Chesa Boudin is described as reviled by law enforcement leaders, but celebrated by progressive leaders around the country for his compassion and potential. more
Son of jailed radicals, reviled by the police union. Now, Chesa Boudin is San Francisco's top cop
The Guardian (11/17/2019)
Nov
17
Hard Truths Behind SFMTA Pick
by Owen Stephens
The Chronicle’s Phil Matier, reports that Jeffrey Tumlin, Mayor London Breed’s choice to lead the troubled SFMTA,  has no experience overseeing a public agency, major transit project... more
The Chronicle’s Phil Matier, reports that Jeffrey Tumlin, Mayor London Breed’s choice to lead the troubled SFMTA,  has no experience overseeing a public agency, major transit projects, or managing a major rail and bus system. Matier’s sources claim that Tumlin rose to prominence because the Mayor and SFMTA Board wanted an outsider, but also because SFMTA is too hard a sell -  top transit directors from around the country didn’t want it. more
New SF Muni boss lacks experience, but those who have it said 'no' to the job
Chronicle (11/17/2019)
Nov
17
Timeline for a Public Bank
by Owen Stephens
Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer proposed a resolution last week that establishes a timeline for creating a San Francisco public bank. The goal, if successfully implemented, would be a bo... more
Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer proposed a resolution last week that establishes a timeline for creating a San Francisco public bank. The goal, if successfully implemented, would be a boon for affordable housing and help move the city away from corporate banks that use funds to invest in projects that run counter to San Francisco values. more
A public bank could make affordable housing more affordable
Examiner (11/17/2019)
Nov
17
Willie on Bow Ties and Boudin
by Owen Stephens
Former Mayor Willie Brown was not impressed that career diplomat George Kent wore a bow tie while testifying at the first day of public impeachment hearings. He thought the fashion c... more
Former Mayor Willie Brown was not impressed that career diplomat George Kent wore a bow tie while testifying at the first day of public impeachment hearings. He thought the fashion choice distracted from the seriousness of the moment. On recent San Francisco events, da Mayor was not surprised that Chesa Boudin was elected as the new District Attorney given the recent rise of organized progressive voters in the city. more
If you want to impeach Trump, ditch the bow tie
Chronicle (11/17/2019)
Nov
17
Some SFUSD Members Want Police Out Of Schools
by Owen Stephens
Police Department expired at the beginning of the year. A new contract has been negotiated with language meant to decriminalize youth, but some board members would prefer to keep pol... more
Police Department expired at the beginning of the year. A new contract has been negotiated with language meant to decriminalize youth, but some board members would prefer to keep police out of schools altogether given recent interactions that were in the view of other students, and the overall number of arrests. more
School district leaders want to keep cops off campus
Examiner (11/17/2019)
Nov
17
Baby Cop Mural Complete, Artist Wants To Provoke Hard Conversations
by Owen Stephens
The new Hayes Valley mural of a baby cop in San Francisco is complete, and ready to be thought provoking and controversial. The SFPOA is concerned that the painting will drive a wedg... more
The new Hayes Valley mural of a baby cop in San Francisco is complete, and ready to be thought provoking and controversial. The SFPOA is concerned that the painting will drive a wedge between officers and the community. more
SF artist BiP speaks out on police brutality with Hayes Valley mura
Chronicle (11/17/2019)
Nov
17
Housing Project for SF Developmentally Disabled
by Owen Stephens
A newly proposed housing project on San Francisco city-owned property could include 102 new units, half of which will be for people with developmental disabilities that need life-lon... more
A newly proposed housing project on San Francisco city-owned property could include 102 new units, half of which will be for people with developmental disabilities that need life-long care and planning. more
SF affordable housing project would create homes for developmentally disabled
Chronicle (11/17/2019)
Nov
17
CA Democratic Party Convention Round Up
by Owen Stephens
Long Beach is hosting the pre-primary California Democratic Party Convention in Long Beach this weekend. Candidates for President are dominating the news coverage, but much of the at... more
Long Beach is hosting the pre-primary California Democratic Party Convention in Long Beach this weekend. Candidates for President are dominating the news coverage, but much of the attention is focussed on the fact that neither Biden nor Warren are in attendance. Also, although new candidates joined the race in recent weeks, they did little to stir the attention of California’s party leadership. more
Biden's, Warren's absence at California gather irks top Dems
Chronicle (11/17/2019)
California Democrats’ response to the newest candidate: Meh
Chronicle (11/17/2019)
Deval Patrick’s first win: Not getting booed at California’s Democratic Convention
Politico (11/17/2019)
Today’s Suspects Updater
Owen Stephens
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Nov
16
State regulators may sanction PG&E over October blackouts
by Peter Zerzan

State regulators are demanding PG&E provide evidence as to why they should not be fined because of the mistakes made during the blackouts at the beginning of October. PG&E could be f

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State regulators are demanding PG&E provide evidence as to why they should not be fined because of the mistakes made during the blackouts at the beginning of October. PG&E could be fined $100,000 a day by the California Public Utilities Commission for its failure to “properly communicate with customers and coordinate with local officials,” according to the commission. The decision on sanctioning will be made on December 3rd.

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PG&E on Trial
Chronicle (11/16/2019)
Nov
16
Four-alarm fire in the Castro
by Peter Zerzan

A large fire broke out on Saturday morning in the Castro District. Two people were injured, with one being taken to the hospital, and eight people were displaced as the four alarm fi

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A large fire broke out on Saturday morning in the Castro District. Two people were injured, with one being taken to the hospital, and eight people were displaced as the four alarm fire broke out at 4:30 in the morning. The cause of the fire is unknown as of this writing.

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Firefighters battle blaze in SF’s Castro neighborhood
Chronicle (11/16/2019)
Large fire displaces residents in Castro District – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/16/2019)
Nov
16
SF to consider 20-mph limit on some city streets
by Peter Zerzan

Drivers on streets that do not have a marked speed limit must not go faster than 20 mph, the SFMTA's Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee voted earlier this week. Their proposal now

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Drivers on streets that do not have a marked speed limit must not go faster than 20 mph, the SFMTA's Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee voted earlier this week. Their proposal now goes to the Board of Supervisors, who will decide if they want to make it legislation. The current state-wide speed limit is 25 mph. Of the 27 traffic fatalities this year, 17 have been pedestrians.

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San Francisco considers lowering speed limit to 20 mph on some streets
KRON (11/16/2019)
SF to consider 20-mph limit on some city streets
Chronicle (11/16/2019)
Nov
16
SF housing developers use little-known state law to speed challenges
by Peter Zerzan

Large developers are using an obscure law designed for sports centers to fast track large housing developments by avoiding environmental lawsuits. Over 5,000 units are to be built in

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Large developers are using an obscure law designed for sports centers to fast track large housing developments by avoiding environmental lawsuits. Over 5,000 units are to be built in San Francisco using AB900 to avoid lengthy lawsuits from environmental groups and neighborhood associations. Some, like Assemblyman David Chiu, are questioning why state law allows for fast tracking the environmental review process for stadiums and sports arenas but not for much needed housing projects in the state.

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SF housing developers’ secret weapon? Little-known state law to speed challenges
Chronicle (11/16/2019)
Nov
16
CCSF faces further class cuts to stem $13 million deficit
by Peter Zerzan

CCSF faces a $13 million projected deficit this year and is proposing cutting hundreds of classes before the spring term starts. The school already cut 863 classes, or 12% of its tot

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CCSF faces a $13 million projected deficit this year and is proposing cutting hundreds of classes before the spring term starts. The school already cut 863 classes, or 12% of its total class offerings, this year. Supervisor-elect Dean Preston joined students in protesting the proposed cuts.

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CCSF faces further class cuts to stem $13 million deficit – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/16/2019)
Nov
16
Confusion over planning codes nearly kills Sunset District restaurant project
by Peter Zerzan

The Board of Appeals has overturned a decision made by the Planning Department regarding a proposed restaurant in the Sunset. There was confusion over whether Palm City Wines, the re

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The Board of Appeals has overturned a decision made by the Planning Department regarding a proposed restaurant in the Sunset. There was confusion over whether Palm City Wines, the restaurant under construction, needed to send out notice to residents within 150 feet of the property or whether it was exempt under the Small Business Attraction Ordinance Program. The board ruled the property didn’t need to send out notice and construction on the new business now continues.

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Confusion over planning codes nearly kills Sunset District restaurant project – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/16/2019)
Nov
16
Kamala Harris picks up major union endorsement
by Peter Zerzan

The United Farm Workers have endorsed Senator Kamala Harris ahead of the California Democratic Party Convention in Long Beach. Dolores Huerta, one of the co-founders of the UFW, had

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The United Farm Workers have endorsed Senator Kamala Harris ahead of the California Democratic Party Convention in Long Beach. Dolores Huerta, one of the co-founders of the UFW, had previously personally endorsed Harris. The endorsement comes as Harris is polling 4th in California, behind former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts. 

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Exclusive: Kamala Harris picks up major union endorsement
Chronicle (11/16/2019)
Nov
16
Housing Legislation Stalls As San Francisco’s Housing Crisis Worsens
by Peter Zerzan

Earlier this year, nearly 200 bills were introduced to address California’s growing housing crisis. However, in what one Bay Area legislative aid compared to the “Red Wedding” in Gam

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Earlier this year, nearly 200 bills were introduced to address California’s growing housing crisis. However, in what one Bay Area legislative aid compared to the “Red Wedding” in Game of Thrones, most of them were nixed. Assemblyman David Chiu was one of the few lawmakers to get housing legislation through, by passing AB 1482, which puts caps of statewide rent increases. However, Senator Scott Wiener’s SB 50 has been delayed until a vote next year.

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Why can’t California pass more housing legislation?
S.F. Curbed (11/16/2019)
Nov
15
Sup. Vallie Brown Concedes to Dean Preston
by Nicole Yelich
Supervisor Vallie Brown officially conceded to Supervisor-Elect Dean Preston on Wednesday after deciding against calling for a costly recount in a race where she lost by only 187 vot... more
Supervisor Vallie Brown officially conceded to Supervisor-Elect Dean Preston on Wednesday after deciding against calling for a costly recount in a race where she lost by only 187 votes. Brown called Preston on Wednesday to congratulate him and Preston said he is “moving full steam ahead with the transition.” more
Brown Concedes, Handing Veto-Proof Majority to Progressive Supervisors
SF Weekly (11/15/2019)
Supervisor Vallie Brown concedes to Dean Preston in close D5 contest – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/15/2019)
Supervisor Vallie Brown finally concedes: ‘He ran a strong campaign’
Chronicle (11/15/2019)
Nov
15
Avalos Pulls Papers to Run for Former Supe Seat
by Nicole Yelich

Former D11 Supervisor John Avalos has pulled papers to challenge current Supervisor Ahsha Safai next year, taking advantage of the provision in the city charter that allows termed ou

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Former D11 Supervisor John Avalos has pulled papers to challenge current Supervisor Ahsha Safai next year, taking advantage of the provision in the city charter that allows termed out supes to run again after sitting out one term. Avalos, a progressive, says the need for more housing drove him to run again and should he win, Mayor Breed would deal yet again with the ever-dwindling moderate vote on the Board.

On the west side, Board President Norman Yee will be termed out of District 7 next year and so far two candidates have pulled papers for the race -  former reporter Joel Engardio and Karim Salgado. In District 3, Supervisor Peskin is running for reelection as has Spencer Simonsen.

 
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Former SF Supervisor John Avalos to challenge Ahsha Safaí for District 11 seat
Chronicle (11/15/2019)
He’s back: John Avalos pulls paperwork to run for Board of Supervisors – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/15/2019)
Nov
15
Planning Dept. Equity Manager Seeks to Replace John Rahaim
by Nicole Yelich

Longtime staffer, and current Housing and Equity Manager for the Planning Department, Miriam Chion is vying for the top job as the Planning Commission considers 16 candidates to repl

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Longtime staffer, and current Housing and Equity Manager for the Planning Department, Miriam Chion is vying for the top job as the Planning Commission considers 16 candidates to replace outgoing Director John Rahaim. Chion threw her hat into the ring after community and tenants rights advocates called for the Commission to hire an “equity champion” to ensure low-income residents and communities of color are considered in the department’s policies on key development projects.

Former Planning Commissioner Rich Hills retired from the commission following Rahaim announcing his retirement in order to run for the position. The Commission is tasked whittling down the list to three candidates to submit to Mayor Breed for consideration, with interviews expected to begin in early December.

 
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Planning Department staffer seeking director’s position – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/15/2019)
Nov
15
Storefront Vacancy Tax Potential Impact in Mission District
by Nicole Yelich
Mission Local examines how additional taxes on “greedy landlords” who keep storefronts empty would impact Mission businesses after Sup. Peskin announced a potential March 2020 ballot... more
Mission Local examines how additional taxes on “greedy landlords” who keep storefronts empty would impact Mission businesses after Sup. Peskin announced a potential March 2020 ballot measure that would apply a $250 per square foot tax on vacant storefronts for one year, doubling each year until the space is filled. more
Would a tax on vacant storefronts work in the Mission?
Mission Local (11/15/2019)
Nov
15
City Offers Grants to Chinatown Businesses Hurt by Subway Construction
by Nicole Yelich
The City offer grants of up to $10,000 to qualifying Chinatown businesses who have been directly impacted by the drawn out construction of Muni’s Central Subway after years of compla... more
The City offer grants of up to $10,000 to qualifying Chinatown businesses who have been directly impacted by the drawn out construction of Muni’s Central Subway after years of complaints from merchants that the 4-year disruption has been bad for business. more
City offers payments to Chinatown merchants over Central Subway
Curbed SF (11/15/2019)
Nov
15
Sup. Haney Calls on City, Feds to Stop Drug Use around Fed Building
by Nicole Yelich
Supervisor Matt Haney is pushing City and federal officials for a coordinated and immediate effort to curb drug use outside of the Federal Building. Haney says we’re “raising the ala... more
Supervisor Matt Haney is pushing City and federal officials for a coordinated and immediate effort to curb drug use outside of the Federal Building. Haney says we’re “raising the alarm bells on the level of drug dealing, drug use and some of the associated public safety issues that are down there, and asking for a coordinated response.” more
SF Supervisor Demands Action on Drug Sales, Use Near Federal Building
NBC Bay Area (11/15/2019)
Nov
15
Speaker Pelosi Says Trump Engaged in Bribery
by Nicole Yelich

With the impeachment proceedings underway in the House, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is saying the President’s actions amount to bribery in an attempt to simplify the Democrat’s message arou

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With the impeachment proceedings underway in the House, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is saying the President’s actions amount to bribery in an attempt to simplify the Democrat’s message around the impeachment inquiry.

Pelosi said, “What President Trump has done on the record in terms of acting to advantage a foreign power to help him in his own election, and the obstruction of information about that — the cover-up — makes what (Richard) Nixon did look almost small."

 
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Pelosi ups the ante against Trump: ‘It’s bribery’
Chronicle (11/15/2019)
Nov
15
New Bridge Across the Bay?
by Nicole Yelich

Sen. Dianne Feinstein and East Bay Rep. Mark DeSaulnier are joining forces to push for a new bridge across the Bay that would connect highway 238 to 380 for cars and mass transit to

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Sen. Dianne Feinstein and East Bay Rep. Mark DeSaulnier are joining forces to push for a new bridge across the Bay that would connect highway 238 to 380 for cars and mass transit to alleviate the nightmare commute across the Bay Bridge. This comes as Bay Area leaders are pushing for a November 2020 regional tax measure to generate billions for transit improvements.

Regional transit planners aren’t necessarily thrilled with the idea as they are pushing to expand transit options to encourage people to leave their cars at home.

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Feinstein asked for another bridge across the bay. Regional planners frowned
Chronicle (11/15/2019)
Nov
14
New SFMTA Director, Jeffrey Tumlin, Chosen for City’s “Most Thankless” Job
by Spencer Lam
Pedestrian deaths, train delays, traffic management - name a problem remotely related to transit and Jeffrey Tumlin will have to answer for all of it. The new director for SFTMA was ... more
Pedestrian deaths, train delays, traffic management - name a problem remotely related to transit and Jeffrey Tumlin will have to answer for all of it. The new director for SFTMA was selected yesterday, but will not start until he is confirmed by the agency’s board of directors. To note, too, is that Tumlin would be the first LGBT leader of the MTA. more
After high-profile dismissals, Breed appoints new SFMTA director
Examiner (11/14/2019)
Breaking: Gay man to lead SFMTA
The Bay Area Reporter (11/14/2019)
SFMTA’s new leader: Board selects transportation consultant Jeffrey Tumlin
Chronicle (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
City College Rides Into the Sunset
by Spencer Lam
Wednesday, Supervisor Gordon Mar announced that City College will be expanding class offerings into the Sunset district. Students will be able to take classes starting in spring 2020.
Wednesday, Supervisor Gordon Mar announced that City College will be expanding class offerings into the Sunset district. Students will be able to take classes starting in spring 2020. more
City College Expanding To Sunset District
Chronicle (11/14/2019)
City College to offer classes in the Sunset District – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
D.A.-Elect Chesa Boudin to be Sworn in January
by Spencer Lam
District attorney-elect Chesa Boudin will be sworn into his new position in January. Interim D.A. Suzy Loftus offered Boudin the office immediately, but he declined in order to prepa... more
District attorney-elect Chesa Boudin will be sworn into his new position in January. Interim D.A. Suzy Loftus offered Boudin the office immediately, but he declined in order to prepare more completely for the transition. more
Chesa Boudin to be sworn in as San Francisco DA in January – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
Adjustments Made to Vacant Storefront Tax Proposal
by Spencer Lam
Wednesday, adjustments were made to Supervisor Peskin’s vacant storefront tax proposal by the Budget and Finance Committee, including adjusting the tax rate. The tax would be levied ... more
Wednesday, adjustments were made to Supervisor Peskin’s vacant storefront tax proposal by the Budget and Finance Committee, including adjusting the tax rate. The tax would be levied on landlords in an effort to get them to find tenants. more
SF may ask voters to approve a vacant storefront tax in March – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
City Awards $1 Million in Rental Subsidies for People With HIV
by Spencer Lam
This year, the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development will award $1 million in rental subsidies to the Q Foundation. The money will be dispersed to people living with HI... more
This year, the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development will award $1 million in rental subsidies to the Q Foundation. The money will be dispersed to people living with HIV to help with rent in the city. more
SF awards $1M in rental subsidies for people with HIV
The Bay Area Reporter (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
Fundraising for Mental Health SF Was Serious Effort
by Spencer Lam
Even though the Board of Supervisors reached a compromise with Mayor London Breed over Mental Health SF recently, the MHSF campaign continued to send fundraising e-mails through Tues... more
Even though the Board of Supervisors reached a compromise with Mayor London Breed over Mental Health SF recently, the MHSF campaign continued to send fundraising e-mails through Tuesday this week. Supervisors Haney and Ronen say that there was no intention to deceive recipients, but rather showed that they were gearing up for a full-blown campaign. more
SF supes fundraise for mental health ballot fight even after deal is made
Chronicle (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
Senator Harris Introduces Legislation Aimed at Curbing PG&E’s Excess
by Spencer Lam
Senator Kamala Harris has introduced legislation aimed at PG&E, which, amidst its own bankruptcy, was planning to pay out $11 million in executive bonuses. Sen. Harris’ bill would pr... more
Senator Kamala Harris has introduced legislation aimed at PG&E, which, amidst its own bankruptcy, was planning to pay out $11 million in executive bonuses. Sen. Harris’ bill would prevent utilities undergoing bankruptcies from paying out bonuses to its executives. more
Sen. Kamala Harris introduces bill to crack down on PG&E bonuses
Chronicle (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
Power Shutoffs Trade One Risk For Another
by Spencer Lam
The Chronicle reports today on how power shutoffs by PG&E have traded one risk for another, as homeowners who need power switch to generators and other sources that may not have been... more
The Chronicle reports today on how power shutoffs by PG&E have traded one risk for another, as homeowners who need power switch to generators and other sources that may not have been properly maintained. This in itself poses a fire risk. more
During PG&E outages, generators caused fires, carbon monoxide poisoning
Chronicle (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
Board of Supervisors May Limit Speeds to 20 MPH as Pedestrian Safety Measure
by Spencer Lam
Tuesday, the SFMTA’s Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee approved a resolution that sets citywide speed limits at 20 miles per hour, in order to combat a spike in pedestrian-vehicul... more
Tuesday, the SFMTA’s Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee approved a resolution that sets citywide speed limits at 20 miles per hour, in order to combat a spike in pedestrian-vehicular accidents. The Board of Supervisors can now consider the resolution. more
SF may consider cutting speed limits to 20 miles per hour
Curbed SF (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
Suit Set for Simple Sustenance Situation
by Spencer Lam
Steve Foster, the man detained by BART police for eating a breakfast sandwich on a platform has hired civil rights attorney John Burris, and intends to sue the agency.
Steve Foster, the man detained by BART police for eating a breakfast sandwich on a platform has hired civil rights attorney John Burris, and intends to sue the agency. more
Man cited for eating sandwich on BART hires civil rights attorney John Burris, intends to sue – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
Dean Preston Makes First Public Appearance With CCSF Students
by Spencer Lam
Wednesday, D5 Supervisor-elect Dean Preston made his first public appearance since he declared victory in the race with CCSF students protesting budget cuts that affect both staff an... more
Wednesday, D5 Supervisor-elect Dean Preston made his first public appearance since he declared victory in the race with CCSF students protesting budget cuts that affect both staff and students alike. more
Dean Preston rallies with CCSF students over budget cuts – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
Parents, Students Demand Reinstatement of Buena Vista Horace Mann Principal
by Spencer Lam
Tuesday evening at the San Francisco Unified School Board District meeting, parents and students made it clear that they want Claudia Delarios Morán reinstated as principal immediate... more
Tuesday evening at the San Francisco Unified School Board District meeting, parents and students made it clear that they want Claudia Delarios Morán reinstated as principal immediately. Morán was placed on administrative leave for undisclosed reasons. more
Parents and teachers plea with school board to reinstate Buena Vista Horace Mann principal
Mission Local (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
City Scouts Spots for Homeless LGBT Housing
by Spencer Lam
San Francisco officials are looking for new places in the city to house the homeless LGBT population, focusing on youth. Specifically, the city’s Department of Homelessness and Suppo... more
San Francisco officials are looking for new places in the city to house the homeless LGBT population, focusing on youth. Specifically, the city’s Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing is looking at opening a temporary shelter for trans youth between 18 and 24, sometime in the next year. more
Political Notebook: SF eyeing sites to house LGBT homeless individuals
The Bay Area Reporter (11/14/2019)
Nov
14
SFO Departure Hall Dedicated to the Late Mayor Ed Lee
by Spencer Lam
Wednesday, city officials unveiled the newly-dedicated departures hall at SFO which is now named after the late mayor, Ed Lee.
Wednesday, city officials unveiled the newly-dedicated departures hall at SFO which is now named after the late mayor, Ed Lee. more
Late Mayor Ed Lee memorialized at SFO departures hall
SF Bay (11/14/2019)