Joshua Sabatini

SFPUC completes $5.5M ‘emergency’ fix to leaky wastewater pipe at Islais Creek

Agency planning ‘longer term replacement project for the pipelines’

SF approves fix to mental health crisis, but city officials still working on funding

‘Blueprint’ unanimously backed to transform homeless services

SF to launch office regulating emerging technology in 2020

Yee: city will permit ‘net common good’ innovation

Ronen says $100M service expansion is ‘going to fix’ SF’s mental health crisis

Compromise mental health plan has backing of mayor, full Board of Supervisors

Supes sound off against bill increasing housing density near transit hubs

Senator Wiener calls resolution opposing SB 50 ‘little more than symbolic political theater’

SF’s permit delays cause disadvantaged cannabis applicants to go into debt, sell-off shares

Report: ‘The City has undermined its own equity goals’

Plans in works to build 1,700 supportive housing units for formerly homeless

Nearly 600 homes planned for families without housing

Supes to vote on proposal for more services to treat mentally ill, substance users

Proposed Mental Health SF program costs capped at $150M annually

SF agency approves 85-unit housing development on Third Street

Latest OCII data shows 20,782 applied for 359 affordable housing units

City struggled to fix Laguna Honda after patient abuse scandal

Documents show Medicare refused to cover costs for new patients for nearly 30 days as penalty

Supervisors vote to place storefront vacancy tax on March ballot

It’s official: San Francisco voters will have a chance March 3 to…

SF to ward off emerging technology dangers by launching new regulatory office

Board president Norman Yee says innovation must ‘provide a net common good’

Supes approve Mayor Breed’s appointee to the Planning Commission

Long-time land use attorney Susan Diamond was approved Tuesday to become San…

Mayor Breed’s choice for Planning Commission clears first hurdle

Appointee Susan Diamond says she ‘wants to hear from all communities’

Report finds disparities in PG&E power shutoffs among SF customers

Bayview-Hunters Point has highest rate of PG&E disconnections for nonpayment

SF may ask voters to approve a vacant storefront tax in March

Supervisor Peskin says proposal to give small businesses ‘leverage in lease negotiations’

SF takes ‘next step’ to become first in California to launch public bank

City officials plan to cut ties with Wall Street banks

Supes to vote on $160M 258-unit supportive housing project with homeless service center

By August 2021, San Francisco is expected to open up a brand…

Chesa Boudin wins DA contest over Suzy Loftus

In D5 Dean Preston declares victory over Supervisor Vallie Brown

Chesa Boudin takes narrow lead over Suzy Loftus in DA contest

In D-5 Dean Preston has a 35 vote lead over Supervisor Vallie Brown