City Attorney Dennis Herrera, whose office has not been afraid to ruffle some feathers, has received kudos for his accomplishments from California’s biggest legal publication.
Herrera, who led the fight against Proposition 8, was named one of the 100 best lawyers in the state by the Daily Journal, which publishes separate daily editions in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Read More
If it seems like the supervisors are not as active as they have been in the past when it comes to proposing significant policy changes, there could be good reason. For one, The City’s resources are limited, with the more than $500 million deficit that had to be closed at the start of the fiscal year, and there’s another deficit of more than $300 million projected for next fiscal year. Read More