San Francisco does not currently do enough to recycle water. Nor does it do enough to recharge its underground aquifers and use groundwater for its customers. Read More
This week, the San Francisco Superior Court confirmed the ballot summary language used to describe Proposition F. While there was much debate over the measure’s wording, its underlying purpose remains abundantly clear. If passed, Prop. F will require The City to prepare a costly plan that, if enacted, would drain the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir and jeopardize The City’s water rights, resulting in huge water rate increases to construct a new delivery system. Read More
Voters sided with landlords on a measure that aimed to help renters in tough economic times.
Proposition F, known as Renters’ Financial Hardship Applications, was placed on the ballot to amend the residential rent ordinance to allow tenants to postpone rent increases if they become unemployed, their wages decrease by 20 percent or more or if they do not receive a cost-of-living increase in their government benefits and it’s their only income. Read More