A segment of Haight Street could be changed from one-way traffic to two-way traffic as part of a move to speed up transit service on the congested artery.By introducing two-way traffic on Haight Street between Laguna and Market streets, Muni service will improve by one to three minutes a trip, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
Mayor Ed Lee has called for a review of the attendance of mayoral appointees on San Francisco board and commissions for last fiscal year, and has also ordered quarterly attendance reports moving forward.
The new attendance reporting requirements also comes with a warning. Mayor Ed Lee plans to post the attendance records for all the public to view on his Web site, http://www.sfmayor.org.
In San Francisco, connecting a ballot measure or a candidate to republicans can be a death sentence. That’s exactly what the Yes on C, No On D campaign is attempting to do with progressive Public Defender Jeff Adachi.
The latest development battle over amending San Francisco’s landmark 2006 Health Security Ordinance is a Thursday hearing of Board of Supervisors Government Audit and Oversight Committee. The committee will vote on Board of Supervisors President David Chiu’s counter proposal to Supervisor David Campos’ proposal, which has raised the ire of business advocates and could become Mayor Ed Lee’s first veto since being appointed mayor in January.
The San Francisco Animal Control and Welfare Commission will vote Thursday on whether to send a letter to Mayor Ed Lee, the Arts Commission and the Board of Supervisors asking them to rescind the two art contracts with artist Tom Otterness.