Ballot battles coming to November’s election
by Armand Domalewski
Jul 15, 2020
San Francisco’s voters will vote on a variety of ballot measures this fall, including a joint Mayor-Board $487.5 million bond measure to fund parks, streets, housing for homeless and mental health treatment beds, and a measure splitting the embattled Department of Public Works and creating a new street cleaning department. In an unsurprising move, a coalition of businesses including the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, Bay Area Council and BOMA San Francisco have come together under a coalition called Save SF Jobs to oppose the revenue measures.