The duo comments on the recent discovery that – as part of the sanctuary law – the City neglected to turn over hundreds of convicted felons to the federal authorities, the alleged financial crimes of a former rising star in Bay Area political circles, and some baked goods that left interesting aftereffects on those who attended the last Harvey Milk Club meeting.
Ken Garcia gives us the scoop on why there seems to be a correlation between the success of the San Francisco 49ers and their possible relocation to Santa Clara. It seems the plea of the day is, “Please don’t leave us!”
If you’re interested in learning more about the 22 local propositions that will appear on the November ballot, including related news and web updates, check out our newest page. Also, since many of the campaign websites (whether in opposition or in support of a measure) have yet to launch, we’re encouraging our readers to forward them to us as they come online. Enjoy!
Facing an employee harassment suit and neighborhood complaints, the head of the City’s Recreation and Parks Department resigns. The Examiner reports that another high level Rec & Park staffer’s decision to leave may have directly contributed to the changes at the top.
Sadly, you can see the history of the Golden Gate Bridge suicide barrier based on the stories below. In 2008, the headline read “Golden Gate Bridge barrier moving forward.” Let’s hope that this gets worked out as soon as possible.
With the pragmatism of a (non-practicing) attorney and the creativity of a classically-trained musician, Taylor brings a unique perspective to Barbary Coast Consulting. When he’s not helping guide his clients through the frothy world of San Francisco politics, Taylor can be found either walking his pit bull around the Castro or frantically practicing for an upcoming concert.