A revised plan for the Northeast Mission neighborhood makes acquiring a residential parking permit easier, but business groups and community members say the proposal, which would also add meters, does not address their needs. Read More
A lucrative garbage contract approved last year in a deal to transport San Francisco’s waste 130 miles away to a Yuba County landfill has been trashed amid three lawsuits alleging improper bidding and inadequate environmental review. Read More
New life could be in store for the shuttered site of San Francisco’s last active power plant — not to say it will be burning natural gas again anytime soon. Read More
Motorists beware — enforcement officers will be cracking down on parking scofflaws to help make up a new $17 million deficit at San Francisco’s transportation agency. Read More
Disgruntled residents in The City’s eastern neighborhoods have banded together to protest the installation of parking meters in their communities.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency plans to add about 5,000 parking meters in the Mission Bay, Potrero Hill, Mission District and SoMa District neighborhoods. Read More
Dueling pension measures are in store for voters this November after Public Defender Jeff Adachi dropped off more than 70,000 signatures Monday to place his reform effort on the ballot.
Adachi’s submission comes as Mayor Ed Lee’s pension measure — which was drafted with The City’s labor leaders — will undergo a hearing today by the Board of Supervisors. Read More
Trash talk is intensifying over a proposed November ballot measure that would open up Recology’s San Francisco garbage-hauling monopoly to competition for the first time in decades. Read More