A breakdown of what San Francisco propositions passed and failed in the 2012 election. Read More
Supporters of an effort to study the removal of a San Francisco drinking water reservoir in Yosemite National Park are calling on broadcasters to remove their opponent’s ad from the airwaves. Read More
After many years of ministry devoted to deepening the connection between ecology and faith, I have come to realize that most people have a strong sense of the divine in nature. Nature, for many, is the place where we meet God and taste the beauty of creation. San Franciscans especially thrive on the natural wonder around us and have been famously progressive and forward-thinking when it comes to sustainable living and preservation of our natural resources. Read More
Ballot language describing November’s Proposition F confusingly suggests the measure would mean swift removal of Yosemite’s Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, attorneys for an environmental group argued
Tuesday. Read More
A measure on the November ballot will ask voters whether they want San Francisco to study restoring Hetch Hetchy Valley.
The same measure will ask people whether they want to study draining the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir.
Opponents in this upcoming ballot fight are hunkering down in their trenches about the language that will be used to describe the measure to voters. And to an extent, both sides are right. Read More
While almost everyone in San Francisco receives electricity from PG&E, future residents of Hunters Point might realize the longtime dream of public-power aficionados by receiving cheap energy directly from The City. Read More