Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting was the last for Supervisor Sean Elsbernd, who is sadly termed out. The party for him that night at the Irish Cultural Center was packed with elected leaders and City Hall staffers wishing him well and thanking him for 12 years of service as the voice of reason at the board.
Here are some juicy tidbits of gossip I picked up while mingling at the shindig. Read More
In November 2007, voters passed Proposition I, creating the Office of Small Business and directing it to issue, by April 2008, a report that recommended possible streamlining and consolidation of regulatory functions supervised by that agency. The idea was to make life easier for The City’s often-beleaguered small business. Read More
New and expanding businesses would have to pay more for the transit impacts they have on The City under new legislation proposed by Mayor Ed Lee’s administration, but the Planning Commission agreed Thursday to spare some small businesses from the brunt of the charges. Read More
San Francisco’s sometimes-troublesome nightclub scene will be the subject of a forum Wednesday.
The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, the Entertainment Commission, the Office of Small Business and the Police Department will hold the second Nightlife Safety Summit to address safety concerns relating to nightclubs.
It will be held at Koret Auditorium at the San Francisco Public Library, 100 Larkin St., at 1 p.m. Read More