Board of Supervisors
Jon Jacobo, a well-known San Francisco political figure with leadership roles at several local organizations, announced his resignation from a city commission in the wake of allegations by a local activist that he assaulted and raped her.
The proposal is a “significant” upzoning for San Francisco, but would only make a dent in a state mandate to build 82,000 housing units by 2031.
A new city ordinance will require greater oversight of the billions in grants that San Francisco departments award each year.
A report found that 55% of criminal defendants in San Francisco were rearrested before their case was resolved, drawing scrutiny of a nonprofit that runs diversion programs.
The project sparked fierce opposition from some residents in the Sunset, who said the 98-unit development was too large for the neighborhood.
Police chief Bill Scott said SFPD is losing officers and needs to hire to continue enacting reforms. As the city rolls out more non-police services, some Supervisors questioned the department’s desired $661M budget.
As the pandemic subsides, City Hall wades into a whole new way of handling how citizens weigh in.
Supervisor Aaron Peskin, who is currently serving his fifth non-consecutive term representing District 3, announced…
Supervisors held the first in a series of hearings that will determine how San Francisco’s money is spent over the next two years.
Amid a growing overdose crisis in San Francisco, a Board of Supervisors hearing on Thursday…