While the Board of Supervisors appears poised to approve the initial financial terms of a proposed $1 billion waterfront arena for the Warriors, the debate over the project details is only just beginning.
With the expected approval, The City would be authorized to work out the financial terms and lease and sale agreement details, and initiate the state-required environmental review. If all went according to schedule, construction could begin in summer 2014. Read More
From The City’s local hiring law to its new summer employment program for youths, jobs for San Francisco residents has become a popular political mantra. And when the Budget and Finance Committee kicked off its review of city departments’ budget proposals on Wednesday, it was no different. Read More
Monique Moyer is the second woman to serve as executive director of the Port of San Francisco in its 146-year history. She was appointed to the job by Mayor Gavin Newsom in 2004. Earlier, she was director of the Mayor’s Office of Public Finance and Business Affairs for San Francisco. The Port manages the 7½-mile Bay shoreline from the Hyde Street Pier in the north to India Basin in the south. Read More