Joshua Sabatini

Overtime spending increases by 90 percent in 9 years

More than 1,000 city employees last year exceeded the cap on allowable overtime hours worked

SF to launch Office of Racial Equity

New body would work to help city agencies, policy makers avoid disparate outcomes and impacts

SF becomes first U.S. city to ban facial-recognition software

Legislation provides public oversight of surveillance technology use by government agencies

Plan to push homeless, mentally ill substance users into treatment meets with resistance

Supervisors question impact, lack of resources in proposal

Life expectancy differs dramatically by race in San Francisco

African Americans are expected to live to age 72, 15 years less than their Asian counterparts.

Corporate tax on stock compensation gains board backing as it heads toward November ballot

Proposal expected to have the greatest impact on companies that go public like Uber

City looking for more private donors to fund $120M park project

The City hopes a big donation will attract more philanthropy to San…

SF approves ban on cashless stores

City law requiring businesses to accept cash follows similar moves in Philadelphia, New Jersey

SF appears ready to increase oversight of government surveillance

Legislation bans facial recognition technology, requires board approval for surveillance equipment purchase

Divisadero Farmers’ Market to move from city block to DMV parking lot

Change in location requires a change in city law

Downtown community benefit district forming to alleviate traffic, address homelessness

District requires approval by property owners, Board of Supervisors

Surge pricing for nonresident admission at tourist attractions clears first hurdle

City argues plan would help fund free admission for low-income residents, control crowds

SF to finalize purchase of former McDonald’s site next to the Hall of Justice

The latest development in San Francisco’s yearslong effort to move out of…

The search for ‘safe parking’ begins

With legislation approved, city working to identify sites for people living in cars, RVs

Supervisor Matt Haney vows to have public toilets open 24-hours

Proposal part of 10-point clean up plan in response to resident complaints

SF commission says e-cigarette ban will hurt small businesses

Commission chair says ‘city is being a nanny again’

Haney calls for a task force to reduce open air drug dealing in the Tenderloin

City spends more than $12 million a year on enforcement, but lacks longterm strategy

City weighs new corporate tax on stock compensation as tech companies prepare to go public

‘IPO earthquake’ expected to increase housing prices, wealth gap

Supervisors freeze out Museum of Ice Cream bar proposal

No wine-filled sundaes after company’s second attempt to get a liquor permit is rejected

Report: help ‘urgently’ needed to address growing student loan debt

Growing crisis hits SF’s poorest neighborhoods the hardest