Category: Op-Ed

City employee lawsuit costs soar to $90.7 million

Since January 2007 San Franciscans have paid $90.7 million in costs for lawsuits filed by city employees. Back on April…

4 days ago

Treasure Island marina deserves approval

A new marina in Treasure Island’s Clipper Cove is close to becoming a reality, and it’s a testament to the…

5 days ago

Addressing SF’s anticipated shelter service gaps with Safe Organized Spaces

Elected representatives, voters, and residents across San Francisco’s political spectrum agree that thousands of people living without safe shelter and…

5 days ago

Height isn’t the issue: Good buildings boost vitality

New commercial buildings and mixed-use structures are generating fresh revenues for San Francisco. The city’s assessor-recorder reported recently that property…

2 weeks ago

The City’s unaffordable ‘affordable’ senior housing system must change

As elder San Franciscans we join together to bring attention to an inconvenient truth about so-called ‘affordable’ senior housing in…

2 weeks ago

Bay Area measles outbreak: it can happen here

To recap what’s been going on nationally with the measles outbreak of 2019, as of February 23, there have been…

2 weeks ago

SoMa West community comes together to improve the neighborhood

For decades, the South of Market Area felt like a neglected neighborhood. In rare moments of recognition by the rest…

3 weeks ago

Sustaining ourselves to sustain our movement

Cowards die many times before their deaths; the valiant never taste of death but once. — William Shakespeare In the…

3 weeks ago