San Francisco voters in November of next year will likely be asked to approve about $590 million in tax increases and bond measures for transportation improvements in The City. If the initiatives have any chance of passing — no certainty with high thresholds for approval — advocates of the plans will have to convince a skeptical public that they’ve learned their lesson from the last time they asked voters for money. Read More
City College of San Francisco officials can breathe a sigh of relief following Tuesday’s election, as two measures to support education were approved by voters, but administrators admit they are not out of the woods just yet.
Despite the boosts in funding, CCSF will still need to look closely at its finances in order to become fiscally stable. Read More
As the largest community college in California, City College of San Francisco serves almost 100,000 students annually and is our own local resource and treasure. As a native San Franciscan and CCSF faculty member, I have witnessed the transformations that have taken place daily at the college. Read More
Voters appear to be content with the state of garbage collection in San Francisco with the clear defeat of Proposition A, which would have opened The City’s lucrative trash contract to competitive bidding for Recology — the company that has consolidated all of the permits to provide refuse service in The City. Read More