Supervisor Katy Tang has been elected to the position of interim president of the Board of Supervisors.
Muni riders can rest assured — new light rail vehicles are on track for 2017.
The Board of Supervisors approved a ballot measure to tax soda and sugary drinks.
An additional $1.4 million may mean fewer homeless on City streets.
CITY HALL — New legislation would stem free-flowing profits for bottled water producers.
CITY HALL — A "soda tax" tax may splash into The City thanks to an impending ballot measure.
CITY HALL — The Board of Supervisors unanimously backed a "ban-the-box" ordinance Tuesday.
The Board acted to curb tenant harassment from landlords, and urged changes in the Ellis Act.
Citizens appealing City decisions about any large building project now have a clear set of rules for filing the paperwork.
Food trucks in The City will now have to stay further away from brick-and-mortar restaurants.
The proposed ballot measure would give workers the right to request a predictable work schedules from their employers.
The extra-large serving of proposed restrictions is aimed at placating The City's restaurants.
Supervisor Scott Wiener is trying revise City codes dealing with the California Environmental Quality Act.
Two supervisors withdrew support for their own TIC conversion proposal, yet others sent it out of committee and onto the full Board.
Because of The City's lack of low-income housing, 47 percent of ex-offenders are left to live on the streets.
The City is pushing a bill for more car-share parking, while environmental groups like the Sierra Club are pushing back.
Snuff out your cigarettes San Francisco, the Board of Supervisors are getting serious.
As it turns out, the yellow pages clogging up your front door are two pounds of bound and printed free speech.
Sorry San Francisco nudists, the Board of Supervisors has passed a law banning public nudity except during special events.
Remember before you reached legal drinking age, when it was cool to get an adult to buy your crew a couple forties to sneak into a late movie?
Big bad PG&E? or big bad Royal Dutch Shell? That's a choice San Francisco residents could face as soon as next year.
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