Joshua Sabatini

Settlement expected in long-running Market Street tenant eviction fight

A settlement agreement is expected as soon as next month in a…

Nonprofits could get first dibs on multi-unit buildings

Affordable housing nonprofits could get first crack at buying multi-unit buildings under…

Ban on tech cafeterias dropped in favor of special permit requirement

San Francisco abandoned a proposal to ban tech cafeterias outright Monday but…

Preliminary findings expected in Transbay Transit Center cracked beam investigation

The preliminary findings of an investigation into cracked beams that forced the…

Supes set special Dec. 18 meeting to vote on free City College

The Board of Supervisors will hold a special meeting next week to…

Public health clinic to be moved to new housing project for the homeless

An ambitious city-funded development will not only house hundreds of formerly homeless…

City to develop plans for future air quality emergencies after November fire

Mayor London Breed on Friday ordered city staff to develop plans to…

Outside Lands contract extension passes first hurdle

Residents’ feedback was not all harmonious Thursday on a deal to allow…

Rent for SFPD’s tactical unit soars in hot real estate market

In San Francisco’s hot real estate market, rent for the Police Department’s…

Audit highlights high cost of homeless ‘high users’ of emergency services

More than half of the cost to provide emergency services to those…

New law orders big businesses to sort their trash or hire someone to do it for them

Hundreds of San Francisco businesses will have to sort their trash properly…

Minimum parking requirements on their way out in SF

San Francisco voted Tuesday to become the first major city in the…

Outside Lands contract set to be extended through 2031

San Francisco and music promoter Another Planet Entertainment have negotiated a deal…

Free City College measure back on track for November

After nearly hitting a roadblock last week, Supervisor Jane Kim’s proposed ballot…

Change in law means thousands more SF residents will receive food stamps

A change in state law will soon give thousands of San Francisco’s…

Safai’s recycling proposal advances despite opposition from businesses

Following multiple hearings and a number of amendments, a proposal that could…

UPDATE: Last minute vote reversal revives Kim’s Free City College measure

UPDATE 6:15 p.m.: In an unexpected move, the Board of Supervisors Rules…

City Hall considers addressing racial equity with new office

Following complaints about racial employment discrimination among city departments, Supervisor Sandra Fewer…

Mandelman tells mayor homeless problem getting worse, not better

Supervisor Rafael Mandelman told Mayor London Breed Tuesday that he has seen…

PG&E fee hike to cost CleanPowerSF $20M in one year, ‘slow down’ renewable energy projects

A fee hike from PG&E will cost San Francisco’s renewable energy program…