Mayor Ed Lee will put his stamp on the largest component of San Francisco’s budget next year when most of The City’s labor contracts come up for renegotiation.
When unions representing nurses, gardeners, engineers, lawyers, deputy sheriffs, public works employees and others sit down for contract talks, the bottom line will affect city finances for years to come. Read More
The City’s Redevelopment Agency has analyzed the potential impact of the governor’s proposal to abolish such agencies, and the results are not pretty.Elimination of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency would jeopardize major projects such as the Transbay Transit Center and the transformation of Treasure Island, and it would threaten to cancel construction of tens of thousands of new homes across The City. Read More