SFBay Archives: City Attorney’s Office

Credit union files taxi medallion suit against SFMTA

A credit union that helped The City of San Francisco sell taxi medallions has sued a city agency over financial losses caused by the collapse in value of the medallions amid the rise of ride-booking services such as Uber and Lyft.
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Deal wipes away waterfront height limit stalemate

San Francisco reached a settlement with a California state commission to settle a yearslong dispute over how development projects on public waterfront property would be regulated.

SF sued for alleged discrimination against trans woman

A state agency has sued the city of San Francisco for allegedly discriminating against a transgender woman by preventing her from using a women's restroom in a city building.

Feds warn Bay Area sanctuary communities

The cities of San Francisco, Berkeley, Fremont and Watsonville and Contra Costa, Monterey, Santa Clara and Sonoma counties received sanctuary warning letters from the Department of Justice.

Police union, city attorney spar over force policy

The San Francisco Police Commission is not required to bargain with The City's police union over provisions of a new use of force policy that would prohibit officers from shooting at moving vehicles, the City Attorney's Office said Thursday.