Joshua Sabatini

Supes slam PG&E for ‘extortionary’ demands delaying public projects

Dozens of public projects have suffered delays and cost increases as a…

Supes question contract for mental health services, citing performance issues for nonprofit

San Francisco supervisors questioned Wednesday whether to approve a multi-million contract with…

SF could ban brick-and-mortar businesses from going cashless

In an effort to address inequity, San Francisco officials on Tuesday moved…

Spending deal will help pay for homeless and affordable housing, shelter beds

A more than $200 million spending deal up for approval Tuesday will…

Impact of homeless conservatorship plan more limited than expected

A plan to expand San Francisco’s ability to involuntarily hold the homeless…

Amid a climate of fear, SF prepares for first online US Census

Worried that an undercount could mean losing out on billions of dollars…

Spending deal to benefit teachers, homeless services moves forward

San Francisco’s debate over how to spend hundreds of millions of dollars…

Lack of information hampers city oversight of shelter conditions

After an increase, complaints about the conditions of homeless shelters in San…

Commission rejects doubling of rents for low-income families in federally-subsidized housing

The San Francisco Housing Authority Commission unanimously voted Tuesday to reject a…

Mayor appoints former Obama AIDS policymaker to lead SF Public Health Department

Dr. Grant Colfax, a former Obama White House official, has been tapped…

Rape suspect extradited without sanctuary city exception

It turns out San Francisco didn’t have to approve legislation Tuesday that…

SF may start permitting cannabis sales, consumption at events

Parades, concerts, festivals and other events in San Francisco could soon apply…

State of the City: Breed says streets getting cleaner, safer

In her first State of the City address as mayor, London Breed…

Rent could double for SF’s poorest families in federally-subsidized housing

Rent for hundreds of low-income families living in federally-subsidized housing may double…

If the federal shutdown resumes, SF will be ready

If the federal government shuts down again, workers will have a chance…

Supes agree to federal immigration demands in return for extradition of rape suspect

After criticizing President Donald Trump and his administration for putting up “barriers”…

Tax on vacant housing, storefronts proposed for November ballot

Plans are in the works to place a vacancy tax on the…

Feds demand exception to sanctuary laws in return for extradition of rideshare rape suspect

San Francisco officials are considering an unusual exception to The City’s sanctuary…

SF moves toward public power and a ‘local version of a green new deal’

San Francisco’s push to transition to a public power system after PG&E…

Public park memorial for Alex Nieto nears installation

A planned public park memorial for Alex Nieto, who was fatally shot…