Joshua Sabatini

San Francisco plans to better protect residents, visitors during bad air days

City could shut down events, improve health and safety measures for vulnerable populations

SF to offer financial incentive for businesses to pay homeless tax caught up in litigation

While the revenue from a voter-approved tax on big companies in San…

Promised grocery store for Transbay area residents falls through

A developer of hundreds of housing units in the Transbay area has…

Transbay housing developer wants out of grocery store commitment

A housing developer will attempt for the second time Tuesday to get…

Breed, Yee call for planned affordable housing bond to grow to $500M

SF’s property tax growth allows for larger measure

Plans resume to clean up waterfront contamination near Pier 39

PG&E resumed work this month on plans to clean up contamination along…

SFPUC to retire grease recycling program after 12 years

After 12 years, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission will retire its…

Mayor London Breed taps Dr. Anton Nigusse Bland as SF’s first director of mental health reform

Dr. Anton Nigusse Bland, medical director for Psychiatric Emergency Services at Zuckerberg…

SF to put seawall bond money to work

Five months after voters approved a bond measure to protect the waterfront…

Library set to write off more than $1.5 million in overdue fines

The San Francisco Public Library Commission has already recommended eliminating library fines,…

Mayor London Breed appoints Michael Lambert as SF’s new city librarian

Mayor London Breed on Monday tapped Michael Lambert to serve as City…

Report: Public bank could require billions in investment, take decades to break even

A final report from a task force established last year to study…

SF considers ‘sweeping smart city’ installation of devices with cameras, microphones

San Francisco may install thousands of devices with the capacity to record…

Legislation on Harvey Milk signage at SFO sent back to committee

Legislation dictating the size of signs honoring slain LGBT leader Harvey Milk…

Number of inmates released on electronic monitoring triples following bail ruling

The number of people released from jail on electronic monitoring has tripled since the landmark Humphrey ruling last year.

Proposed ban on cashless stores expanded to include Amazon Go

Supervisor Vallie Brown on Tuesday announced she is expanding her proposed ban…

City could take a more aggressive approach to illegal dumping

Illegal dumping costs San Francisco $10 million a year, and nowhere is…

No easy fixes for ‘broken’ mental health care system for the homeless

A fix for The City’s “broken” mental health system for the homeless…

Tenderloin food hall project advances; affordable housing to come later

A Tenderloin food hall is expected to open under a six-year lease…

SF to start permitting cannabis smoking, sales at events — but not in time for this year’s 420

Smoking and selling cannabis at San Francisco events have gone hand-in-hand for…