The city aims to buy 160-unit complex for supportive housing, but neighbors say they already do more than their share.
Systemic flaws in DBI’s permitting and inspection process, coupled with misconduct by former director Tom Hui, created a culture of corruption at the department, a city report says.
The fund would require landlords and small businesses to work out a deal on remaining back rent.
The race was called shortly after polls closed on Sept. 14.
Many major S.F. companies already have vaccine mandates, though most workers are still staying away from the office.
Prop H, designed to streamline small-business permitting, is not making a big impact. Some policymakers and business lobbyists say further reform is needed.
The tech sector is booming, but city leaders worry that remote work will undercut the recovery of the downtown economy.
SB 9 and SB 10, both approved by the State Assembly this week, would make it easier to build multi-family housing in San Francisco and across the state.
A shortage of staff has contributed to a rise in ‘ambulance diversion’ at San Francisco General Hospital.
Office workers are staying home for now, but record levels of investment in S.F. suggest a brighter long-term outlook for downtown.