Politics, as the saying goes, is the art of compromise. With a May 24 deadline rapidly approaching to place a measure on the November ballot, now is the time for San Francisco’s politicians and union leaders to find common ground and unite behind one strong measure to address The City’s pension crisis. Read More
Cutting down the cost of workers’ benefits for The City is one of Mayor Ed Lee’s top priorities during his one-year term. Read More
The Board of Supervisor Rules Committee held its first hearing Friday on a proposal November charter amendment introduced by members of the Board of Supervisors that they say will bring needed change to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. Read More
An opponent of a Santa Clara plan to spend public funds to build a football stadium filed a lawsuit that seeks to remove or alter an upcoming ballot measure for funding.
If Santa Clara voters approve Measure J on June 8 — named the Santa Clara Stadium Taxpayer Protection and Economic Progress Act — their city plans to contribute redevelopment funds and new hotel taxes toward a $937 million stadium. Read More