Neighborhood parks are among San Francisco’s great equalizers. Rich and poor, gay and straight, young and old, and all ethnicities converge in these beautiful spaces to play, exercise, learn, swim, meet up or simply hang out. Read More
Former Supervisor Bevan Dufty may be returning to work for The City with a new job title.Dufty, who campaigned unsuccessfully for mayor last year, has acknowledged that he’s had conversations with Mayor Ed Lee about a possible administrative position in San Francisco government. Read More
District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener would like to help residents displaced by the Castro arson fires secure temporary housing, but he ran into one big problem. Read More
Overhauling the taxi industry and reining in San Francisco’s burgeoning labor costs, the newly elected former deputy city attorney is looking to take on big political issues.
No stranger to city government, Scott Wiener has laid out an aggressive agenda for when he assumes office Jan. 8 as the representative on the Board of Supervisors for the Castro and Noe Valley neighborhoods. Read More
Ensuring vibrant commercial corridors, smart in-fill development along upper Market Street and a reliable Muni are the matters on the minds of voters in the traditionally moderate Castro and Noe Valley neighborhoods.The person elected on Nov. 2 to represent these neighborhoods as the District 8 supervisor on the Board of Supervisors will have to play the part of peacemaker in the conflicts that often emerge between residents and merchants of this area. Read More