Today’s Stories (Last updated July 3, 07:51 AM)

Jul
03
Hittin' snooze
by SF Usual Suspects
Your friendly Suspects team of early-risers is going on hiatus this holiday weekend. For now, everyone stay diligent and stay healthy. Wear your damn masks and maintain physical distance - yes, this applies to the outside, too.

Millennials and families: I’m looking at you and the burgeoning outbreak among your ranks. Do yourselves (and the rest of us) a solid and keep your selfish asses home, do not cozy up to people you don’t live with, and WEAR A MASK. If saving grandmas’ lives isn’t motivation enough for you, I don’t know what is.

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Your friendly Suspects team of early-risers is going on hiatus this holiday weekend. For now, everyone stay diligent and stay healthy. Wear your damn masks and maintain physical distance - yes, this applies to the outside, too.

Millennials and families: I’m looking at you and the burgeoning outbreak among your ranks. Do yourselves (and the rest of us) a solid and keep your selfish asses home, do not cozy up to people you don’t live with, and WEAR A MASK. If saving grandmas’ lives isn’t motivation enough for you, I don’t know what is.

We must hold each other accountable so that we all stay safe.

Virtual hugs,
Nicole, Jen, and the Suspects Team more
Today’s Suspects Updater
Nicole Yelich
Nicole has managed candidate and ballot initiative campaigns at the city, county, and state levels throughout CA since 2005. Homegrown in Pittsburgh, you can find her yelling at the tv during Steelers games, cooking food almost no one in California has ever heard of (pizzelles and pieoriges anyone?), and bragging about her adorable nephew.

In the Past Week…

Jul
02
It Puts the Mask On Its Face, Or It Gets Phase One Again
by Spencer Lam
Yesterday, Governor Newsom ordered 19 counties to halt their reopening of indoor activities (dining, drinking, museums, etc.) as the state sees another spike in COVID-19 cases. Calif... more
Yesterday, Governor Newsom ordered 19 counties to halt their reopening of indoor activities (dining, drinking, museums, etc.) as the state sees another spike in COVID-19 cases. California’s spike comes as states who reopened earlier than others are now seeing a surge in cases. 

This re-closure of course comes just before the Fourth of July weekend, which health experts warn may cause another spike in cases if people don’t stay inside their homes. more
A different Fourth of July, with new shutdowns in 19 counties, including 3 in Bay Area
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
Newsom orders multiple counties to shut down bars, indoor restaurants as COVID
Examiner (07/02/2020)
Newsom's California Closures Ahead of July 4th: What You Need to Know
KQED (07/02/2020)
‘Not the year to be going out’: Bay Area coronavirus experts explain risk levels of July 4 activities and how to stay safe
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Police Department Bans Release of Mugshots as Step to Combat Racial Bias
by Spencer Lam
Yesterday, San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott announced that the SFPD will no longer release mugshots of criminals as a step to combat racial bias, though the department will stil... more
Yesterday, San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott announced that the SFPD will no longer release mugshots of criminals as a step to combat racial bias, though the department will still release mugshots to warn the public of imminent danger or missing persons. more
San Francisco police to stop releasing suspect mug shots in effort to prevent racial bias
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
SFPD chief broadly bans release of mugshots – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Future of Policing Defined by Cuts & Rerouting of Funding; Inspiration Comes From City
by Spencer Lam
As Bay Area municipalities and entities begin stripping cash from police, the beginning of the future is at hand. Berkeley, Oakland, and BART have made advances on redirecting signif... more
As Bay Area municipalities and entities begin stripping cash from police, the beginning of the future is at hand. Berkeley, Oakland, and BART have made advances on redirecting significant funds from their police department, and San Francisco is next. more
How San Francisco inspired the ‘defund the police’ movement
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
The future of Bay Area policing is coming into focus as cities and agencies slash budgets and redirect money
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Public Works Employees Upset at Lack of Flexibility of Restroom Use, Sanitary Access
by Spencer Lam
Members of LiUNA 261 held a rally yesterday outside their operation yard to demonstrate their dissatisfaction over the lack of sanitary access while working. Public Works employees s... more
Members of LiUNA 261 held a rally yesterday outside their operation yard to demonstrate their dissatisfaction over the lack of sanitary access while working. Public Works employees say their health has been neglected as the pandemic stresses their ability to wash their hands consistently. more
DPW employees call for more sanitary working conditions – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Coronavirus: Judge, Jury, Executioner?
by Spencer Lam
Another death row inmate in San Quentin has been found dead in his cell, as an outbreak of the virus in the high-security facility ravages the inmate population. More than 1,100 inma... more
Another death row inmate in San Quentin has been found dead in his cell, as an outbreak of the virus in the high-security facility ravages the inmate population. More than 1,100 inmates have become infected since a botched prisoner transfer a month ago. State Senator Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley) has criticized the handling of the outbreak by the prison system as “abhorrent.” more
Another San Quentin inmate is found dead in his Death Row cell
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
Lawmakers Want Stronger COVID-19 Protections in California Prisons
KQED (07/02/2020)
State Sen. Nancy Skinner rips prison officials’ ‘abhorrent’ handling of outbreak
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Planned Expansion of Free Muni Access for All Children, Young Adults Paused
by Spencer Lam
The $2 million planned expansion of free muni access for all children and young adults - a step up from the current state of access where low- and moderate-income children can apply ... more
The $2 million planned expansion of free muni access for all children and young adults - a step up from the current state of access where low- and moderate-income children can apply for free muni - has been punted down the road as Muni’s funding source, the fare hikes, are now dead. more
Free Muni for Youth program expansion halted by SFMTA budget crisis – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Unemployment in United States Hits 11.1% As 1.4 Million More File; State Extends Unemployment
by Spencer Lam
Last week, another 1,400,000 Americans filed for unemployment, which leaves the country's unemployment rate at 11.1% as the pandemic continues to bleed the economy. In related news, ... more
Last week, another 1,400,000 Americans filed for unemployment, which leaves the country's unemployment rate at 11.1% as the pandemic continues to bleed the economy. In related news, the state has extended unemployment benefits by seven more weeks. more
California extends unemployment benefits by 7 more weeks
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
U.S. unemployment rate drops to 11.1% as 1.4 million Americans file for benefits
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Uber, Lyft File Papers Challenging California Public Utilities Commission’s Authority to Regulate Them
by Spencer Lam
Tuesday, ridesharing services including Lyft and Uber filed papers challenging the California Public Utilities Commission’s authority to regulate them as employers.
Tuesday, ridesharing services including Lyft and Uber filed papers challenging the California Public Utilities Commission’s authority to regulate them as employers. more
Uber and Lyft say regulator can’t make drivers employees
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Have Rona, Will Pay
by Spencer Lam
San Francisco’s “Right to Recover” program will pay you for missed work time and to stay home if you test positive for the Coronavirus. Specifically, if you test positive, the Depart... more
San Francisco’s “Right to Recover” program will pay you for missed work time and to stay home if you test positive for the Coronavirus. Specifically, if you test positive, the Department of Pubic Health will call and ask if you’ve experienced financial hardship due to the virus. They’ll forward your information along to nonprofits which will send the checks along, for a maximum of $2,200. more
SF Program Pays COVID-19 Patients to Stay Home
SF Weekly (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Even If Negative, People Asked to Quarantine for Two Weeks After Close Contact
by Spencer Lam
Even if you’re negative, Department of Public Health officials are asking people who come in close contact with COVID-positive people to quarantine for two weeks, per best practices.... more
Even if you’re negative, Department of Public Health officials are asking people who come in close contact with COVID-positive people to quarantine for two weeks, per best practices. more
SF contact tracing team asks those who have been exposed to COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days
Mission Local (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Parking Enforcement to Begin Again Monday
by Spencer Lam
Next Monday, the City will begin enforcing parking violations once more, and parking meters’ prices will return to the usual $2.50, instead of the current $.50 price it has been sinc... more
Next Monday, the City will begin enforcing parking violations once more, and parking meters’ prices will return to the usual $2.50, instead of the current $.50 price it has been since April. more
Parking meter pricing, time limits and enforcement to resume Monday – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
City’s Rents for Single Bedroom Apartments Drop in Double Digits
by Spencer Lam
In June, the median price for a single bedroom apartment dropped by 11.8% as compared to this time last year, in San Francisco. A predicted “tech exodus” may lead to continued lessen... more
In June, the median price for a single bedroom apartment dropped by 11.8% as compared to this time last year, in San Francisco. A predicted “tech exodus” may lead to continued lessening of rental prices in the City as the pandemic persists. more
San Francisco Rents Drop by Double Digits
SF Weekly (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
Solutions Sought for Loud, Whiny Handrails on Golden Gate Bridge
by Spencer Lam
The Golden Gate Bridge’s new handrails added a sort of eerie tune to the Bay, as they unexpectedly allow for a sort of siren song on extremely windy days. Audible from the Outer Rich... more
The Golden Gate Bridge’s new handrails added a sort of eerie tune to the Bay, as they unexpectedly allow for a sort of siren song on extremely windy days. Audible from the Outer Richmond, bridge officials are seeking a solution to the infrequent but very noticeable problem. more
Golden Gate Bridge’s new hum louder than expected; officials explore options to fix handrails
Chronicle (07/02/2020)
Jul
02
If You Reopen It, Will They Come?
by Spencer Lam
Restaurants in the Mission district are reopening for outdoor service, which is good. What is not good is the uncertainty of patronage, as patrons are still wary (or, rather, ought t... more
Restaurants in the Mission district are reopening for outdoor service, which is good. What is not good is the uncertainty of patronage, as patrons are still wary (or, rather, ought to be) of going outside. This anxiety may cause further damage to the local restaurant scene. more
Suddenly, the Mission District is awash in outdoor dining — but will the customers come?
Mission Local (07/02/2020)
Jul
01
Don’t call it a comeback---Coronavirus was never gone
by Armand Domalewski
San Francisco and the Bay Area are bracing for the resurgence of Coronavirus, as hospitalizations rise and public health officials plead with residents to stay home for the 4th of Ju... more
San Francisco and the Bay Area are bracing for the resurgence of Coronavirus, as hospitalizations rise and public health officials plead with residents to stay home for the 4th of July holiday.

Additionally, a technician at San Francisco’s Department of Building Inspections tested positive for the Coronavirus, forcing 13 employees into self-isolation due to potential exposure to the virus. This is the first confirmed positive case at DBI since staff returned to work several months ago.
 

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Amid Increased Hospitalizations, Government Officials Urge Caution Over July 4 Weekend
SF Public Press (07/01/2020)
COVID case at the Department of Building Inspection — 13 workers sent home
Mission Local (07/01/2020)
Public health officials urge people to stay at home Fourth of July weekend
Examiner (07/01/2020)
SF Health Officer calls next days ‘critical,’ and said reopening pause will continue through holiday weekend
Mission Local (07/01/2020)
SF's 49% surge in hospitalizations puts city on high alert
Chronicle (07/01/2020)
The 3 big reasons for Bay Area's coronavirus surge, according to health experts
Chronicle (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
Reforming the SFPD
by Armand Domalewski
SFPD will settle excessive use of force lawsuits for six-figure sums, after two years SFPD still hasn’t implemented its policy for Deaf people, and SFPD moves to explicitly ban using... more
SFPD will settle excessive use of force lawsuits for six-figure sums, after two years SFPD still hasn’t implemented its policy for Deaf people, and SFPD moves to explicitly ban using knees on the necks of civilians and the practice of releasing mug shots in Wednesday’s police accountability roundup. more
Citing racial bias, San Francisco will end mug shots release
Chronicle (07/01/2020)
SF to pay six-figure settlements in police excessive force lawsuits
Examiner (07/01/2020)
SFPD to explicitly ban officers from using their knees on the necks of civilians
Mission Local (07/01/2020)
‘Taking too long’: What an SFPD policy for Deaf people says about police reform
Mission Local (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
Proposition C wins another legal battle
by Armand Domalewski
San Francisco’s Proposition C, a 2018 ballot measure that was intended to provide around $300 million in annual funding for homeless services, won a fourth legal battle as a Court of... more
San Francisco’s Proposition C, a 2018 ballot measure that was intended to provide around $300 million in annual funding for homeless services, won a fourth legal battle as a Court of Appeals affirmed that the tax was legally enacted with a simple majority of voter support.

The measure has been held up in lawsuits for years, but won a major legal battle as the Court of Appeals upheld the legal theory underpinning its existence; that citizen-initiated tax measures do not require 2/3rds of voters to support them to pass, even if they direct funds to a specific purpose. While opponents can still appeal to the California Supreme Court within 40 days, legal observers believe the ballot proposition is in a strong position to survive any future legal challenge. Thanks, Buck.
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Appellate court sides with SF on Prop. C — affirming simple-majority for citizen ballot measures
Chronicle (07/01/2020)
Court of Appeal sides with San Francisco on Prop. C — City on cusp of unlocking hundreds of millions of dollars for homeless services
Mission Local (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
Supes place youth voting measure on November balot
by Armand Domalewski

San Francisco will once again vote on a ballot measure that would allow 16-year-olds to vote on local issues this fall. While the measure narrowly failed to pass in 2016, advocates a

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San Francisco will once again vote on a ballot measure that would allow 16-year-olds to vote on local issues this fall. While the measure narrowly failed to pass in 2016, advocates are more optimistic this time around, citing a political climate of renewed youth activism on issues such as Black Lives Matter.

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Ballot Proposal Lowering Voting Age To 16 Approved By San Francisco Supervisors
KCBS (07/01/2020)
Supes place measure on November ballot to lower voting age to 16 – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
Tenderloin tent cleanup shows signs of progress
by Armand Domalewski
San Francisco’s efforts to get homeless people out of tents and into hotel rooms has started to show some signs of success, with more 388 homeless people moved off the sidewalks and ... more
San Francisco’s efforts to get homeless people out of tents and into hotel rooms has started to show some signs of success, with more 388 homeless people moved off the sidewalks and into hotels or safe sleeping camps since June 10. more
Tenderloin tent cleanup sees some success - what about the rest of SF?
Chronicle (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
Emergency MUNI lanes approved
by Armand Domalewski

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors voted to roll out emergency-transit only lanes for the 14 Mission, the 19 Polk, the 44 O’Shaughnessy and the 43 M

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The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Board of Directors voted to roll out emergency-transit only lanes for the 14 Mission, the 19 Polk, the 44 O’Shaughnessy and the 43 Masonic lines.

While SF has implemented the infamous red-carpet lanes occasionally over the years, this is the first time the Board has moved to roll out so many lanes so quickly. The effort is aimed at keeping vital public transit lines moving quickly as congestion recovers but transit revenues remain low, forcing service reductions.

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Muni to Build Emergency Transit-Only Lanes
SF Weekly (07/01/2020)
SFMTA approves temporary transit-only lanes to counter rising congestion
Examiner (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
SF hotels may have new hygiene requirements to combat COVID-19
by Armand Domalewski

Despite strenuous opposition from the hotel industry, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors advanced legislation that would impose cleaning and COVID-19 prevention measures for hotels

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Despite strenuous opposition from the hotel industry, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors advanced legislation that would impose cleaning and COVID-19 prevention measures for hotels and offices. While hotel owners argued that the requirements would impose onerous new regulations on an already struggling industry, the Board argued that these measures were necessary to protect the lives of workers and guests.

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SF hotels and offices could face strict new cleaning requirements – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
State Building and Construction Trades Council Apologizes to Wiener for Antisemetic Ad
by Armand Domalewski
California’s State Building and Construction Trades Council apologized for running attack ads against State Senator Scott Wiener that seemed to invoke anti-Semitic tropes. The ad fea... more
California’s State Building and Construction Trades Council apologized for running attack ads against State Senator Scott Wiener that seemed to invoke anti-Semitic tropes. The ad featured a photo of Senator Wiener against a backdrop of a Monopoly game board, clutching a handful of Monopoly cash. While the Senator said he doesn’t think the ad was intended to be anti-Semitic, the imagery it invoked did end up making the ad offensive. more
Construction union apologizes, withdraws ad after accusations of anti-Semitism
OC Register (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
Small business sagas in San Francisco
by Armand Domalewski
As San Francisco’s small businesses struggle to stay alive in the Coronavirus economy, Joaquín Torres, director of the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, details h... more
As San Francisco’s small businesses struggle to stay alive in the Coronavirus economy, Joaquín Torres, director of the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, details how local businesses can begin applying for aid. Meanwhile, a previously enacted minimum wage increase is the least of local business owners' worries, as many hope increased wages will spur additional spending in local establishments. more
Bay Area cities with minimum wage increases
Chronicle (07/01/2020)
S.F. Scrambles to Support Businesses Threatened by Pandemic
SF Public Press (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
Leland Yee, convicted in 2015 corruption scandal, released from federal prison
by Armand Domalewski
Former San Francisco State Senator Leland Yee was released from prison after serving a five-year federal sentence for a corruption scandal involving gun running and illegal campaign ... more
Former San Francisco State Senator Leland Yee was released from prison after serving a five-year federal sentence for a corruption scandal involving gun running and illegal campaign donations. more
Leland Yee, convicted in 2015 corruption scandal, released from federal prison
Chronicle (07/01/2020)
Jul
01
See ya, Zuck?
by Armand Domalewski

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is facing increasing backlash over Facebook’s refusal to take down inflammatory posts by President Trump, as nurses at the hospital bearing h

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Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is facing increasing backlash over Facebook’s refusal to take down inflammatory posts by President Trump, as nurses at the hospital bearing his name are pushing for it to be removed and several large advertisers boycott Facebook.

 
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Nurses push to remove Mark Zuckerberg's name from hospital
Daily Mail (07/01/2020)
The advertiser boycott of social media is just the beginning
Chronicle (07/01/2020)
Jun
30
Lack of Oversight at DPW Enabled Public Corruption, Report Finds
by Jen Longley

City Attorney Dennis Herrera and Controller Ben Rosenfield released a joint Public Integrity Review report Monday detailing how lax and rolled-back oversight of the Department of Pub

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City Attorney Dennis Herrera and Controller Ben Rosenfield released a joint Public Integrity Review report Monday detailing how lax and rolled-back oversight of the Department of Public Works allowed disgraced former Director Mohammed Nuru and others to engage in fraud at the public expense, and recommended reforms to correct the lack of oversight.

While Mayor Breed praised the decision and pledged to immediately implement the recommended reforms, Supervisor Matt Haney has announced his intention to turn the recommendations into a proposal for anti-corruption legislation.

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'Bad Policies and Practices': Report Highlights Weak SF Laws That Enable Public Corruption
KQED (06/30/2020)
Mohammed Nuru investigation: Public Works awarded $10.5M worth of contracts with ‘no discernible selection process’ — two went to Walter Wong’s companies
Mission Local (06/30/2020)
Nuru scandal prompts new rules for Public Works to prevent corruption – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (06/30/2020)
SF controller recommends ways to clean up contracting at Public Works
Chronicle (06/30/2020)
SF Supe Introduces Anti-Corruption Legislation In Wake Of Public Works Scandal
KCBS (06/30/2020)
Supervisor Haney makes proposal for anti-corruption legislation to protect public dollars, restore trust
KRON4 (06/30/2020)
Jun
30
COVID19 Cases Surge in Bay Area
by Jen Longley

As California and Bay Area coronavirus cases surge and regional hospitalizations for COVID19 begin to spike, additional Bay Area counties are added to the Governor's watch list as Ne

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As California and Bay Area coronavirus cases surge and regional hospitalizations for COVID19 begin to spike, additional Bay Area counties are added to the Governor's watch list as Newsom hints at renewed county or statewide restrictions.

Meanwhile, California health officers are receiving harassment, protests and death threats over their recommendations from disgruntled residents, and the Bay Area’s surging unemployment falls below the statewide 16.3% average in Tuesday’s coronavirus roundup.

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Bay Area vs. Los Angeles: Unemployment hitting hardest in Southern California
Chronicle (06/30/2020)
California breaks record — again — ffor most coronavirus cases in a day, exceeding 8,000
Chronicle (06/30/2020)
California health officers facing protests, even death threats, over coronavirus orders
Chronicle (06/30/2020)
Coronavirus cases climb, Bay Area counties pause reopening
Chronicle (06/30/2020)
Coronavirus: Bay Area hospitalizations outpacing rest of California, which is also rising rapidly
Mercury News (06/30/2020)
Looking at California’s coronavirus indicators warily
Chronicle (06/30/2020)
Newsom hints at renewed restrictions in California: 'We don't like the trend line'
Chronicle (06/30/2020)
Solano County on State's COVID-19 Watch List after Spike in Hospitalizations
KQED (06/30/2020)
‘Our Luck May Have Run Out’: California’s Case Count Explodes
New York Times (06/30/2020)
Jun
30
San Quentin Outbreak Continues, Inmates Transferred to Local Hospitals
by Jen Longley

The San Quentin COVID19 outbreak continues to rage, with over 1,000 confirmed cases among inmates, 89 among staff, and 40 transferred to Bay Area hospitals for critical care as of Mo

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The San Quentin COVID19 outbreak continues to rage, with over 1,000 confirmed cases among inmates, 89 among staff, and 40 transferred to Bay Area hospitals for critical care as of Monday evening. One out of every four people incarcerated in San Quentin has been infected, with 42% of the inmate population considered to be medically vulnerable. Officials looks to failures in the system, including overcrowded prisons and lack of testing, to explain this preventable outbreak.

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'Everything Was Preventable.' Prisons' Failure to Contain COVID-19 Is Bad for Public Health
KQED (06/30/2020)
Coronavirus live updates: 40 San Quentin inmates transferred to hospitals for critical care
Chronicle (06/30/2020)
San Quentin coronavirus outbreak: Death Row prisoner who was found dead tested positive
Chronicle (06/30/2020)
San Quentin COVID-19 Cases Top 1,000
SF Weekly (06/30/2020)
Jun
30
Walton Proposes Oversight Ballot Measure for Sheriff's Deputies
by Jen Longley

Supervisor Shamann Walton is proposing a ballot measure to create additional accountability in the San Francisco Sheriff's Department, through the creation of a new investigative age

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Supervisor Shamann Walton is proposing a ballot measure to create additional accountability in the San Francisco Sheriff's Department, through the creation of a new investigative agency and oversight panel with subpoena power that regularly reports to the Board of Supervisors.

While some are balking at the $3 million annual price tag, Walton and other supporters argue that it is necessary to hold law enforcement officers accountable.

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City puts $3M yearly price tag on plan to probe deputy misconduct – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (06/30/2020)
Jun
30
Landlords Sue to Block COVID19 Eviction Ban
by Jen Longley

The San Francisco Association of Realtors and other real estate industry groups filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to block and remove the COVID-19 Tenant Protection Ordinance, authored

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The San Francisco Association of Realtors and other real estate industry groups filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to block and remove the COVID-19 Tenant Protection Ordinance, authored by D5 Supervisor Dean Preston, which prevents landlords from evicting tenants for non-payment attributed to coronavirus but does not waive the rent owed, stating it is unlawful and conflicts with state law.

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Real Estate Groups Sue S.F. Over Eviction Ban
SF Public Press (06/30/2020)
Real estate industry sues over coronavirus eviction ban – The San Francisco Examiner
Examiner (06/30/2020)
S.F. eviction moratorium faces legal challenge
SF Business Times (06/30/2020)