In an effort to crack down on blood-sucking bedbugs, San Francisco may soon require pest control companies to provide monthly reports of their eradication efforts and make landlords give tenants a two-year record of any such infestations. Read More
With the overwhelming voter endorsement of pension reforms in San Jose and San Diego, folks here in San Francisco might be thinking, “Thank goodness we passed our own reform — Proposition C — last November.” Well, as was pointed out in this column and in public statements by Jeff Adachi and even mayoral candidate Joanna Rees, Prop. C was founded on the fanciful notion that we could continue to assume a 7.75 percent return on pension fund investments. Read More
The Board of Supervisors Rules Committee is holding a specially scheduled hearing Monday to vote on nine appointments Mayor Gavin Newsom has made on his way out. Newsom is going to be sworn in as the state’s Lieutenant Governor. Read More
Board of Supervisors President David Chiu charter amendment to allow noncitizens to vote in elections for the Board of Education is expected to move closer Thursday to being placed on the November ballot.
The Board of Supervisors Rules Committee meets Thursday to vote on whether to send the charter amendment to the full board for a vote. It would take at least six votes by the full board to place it on the November ballot. Read More