Mayor Newsom unveils his three-part legislation that would force owners of the city’s most vulnerable buildings to upgrade to less quake friendly standards. With more than 4,400 buildings falling under the at-risk category, be on the look out for some serious hammering and 80′s tunes rockin’ near you.
In a U.S. District Court Friday, former Supervisor Ed Jew admitted to committing a slew of impropieties related to the attempted shakedown of Sunset District business owners last year. And stay tuned, folks, because he plans to point the finger at others at his sentencing on February 13.
The Department of Public Health’s food inspectors are called into question once again for not adequately or accurately reporting raunchy food conditions, this time, for SFUSD’s schools. With a shortage of inspectors, the Ex reports that verman and perished food stuffs have been found in a number of public schools yet went unreported, while other schools have yet to be assessed. If this proves to be true, anyone else not feel so hot?
No, this is not intended to be a headline from The Onion. But another story coming out of the U. S. Conference of Mayors features a discussion of health care costs, and a quote from San Francisco’s Mayor Newsom.