On the heels of a dramatic reduction over the past three years in the San Francisco Police Commission’s backlog of disciplinary cases against police officers, some commissioners proposed Wednesday to cut the commission’s meeting schedule, perhaps in half.
Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi -- who authored the first regulations for San Francisco’s medical marijuana dispensaries -- was none too happy about what he called President Barak Obama’s administration’s “moving with incredible ferociousness” to attack pot clubs in The City and throughout the state.
Naked is OK, just don’t walk into restaurants or sit down on public benches or chairs without first putting down a towel. Those were the rules adopted Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors when they approved legislation introduced by Supervisor Scott Wiener to address neighborhood concerns about nudity.
A planned bowling alley in the Mission along with the long-standing Roxie Theater were granted the right to begin selling alcohol on Tuesday after the Board of Supervisors approved legislation providing exceptions to the area’s restrictions on alcohol.
The Board of Supervisors effort to close a loophole in San Francisco’s landmark universal healthcare law remains the center of debate despite months of discussions and political wrangling over how to fix the problem.
Voters have only hours left to obtain mail-in ballots for the Nov. 8 election.The mail-in ballot requests are due to The City’s Department of Elections by 5 p.m. A press release from the department said the requests must be in the hands of elections workers today, and postmarks before the deadline will not count.
San Francisco politics are truly frightening -- or are they? Phil Ting's people over at ResetSanFrancisco.org inject some pretty cheesy activity into this year's Halloween season with a video spoofing the horror franchise "Paranormal Activity."
It is not every day that a political attack comes with a handwritten note and a smiley face.But when the Leland Yee mayoral campaign delivered books about Mayor Ed Lee to doorsteps in San Francisco, at least some of the books had a personal touch attached.
The Board of Supervisors is going on record opposing the recent statewide crackdown on medical marijuana by federal law enforcement. In San Francisco, the United States Attorney for the Northern District sent letters in late September to landlords renting to pot clubs threatening them with up to 40 years in jail and loss of their property.