Joshua Sabatini

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

New report finds Laura’s Law is helping the mentally ill

Outpatient treatment program shows signs of successs despite initial controversy

Funding gap plagues Treasure Island affordable housing projects

Those who oversee the development of Treasure Island are already eyeing the…

SF could raise its bag fee to to 25 cents, ban plastic produce bags

Proposed law intended to encourage shoppers to bring their own bags from home

New law pushes property owners to sell to nonprofits not speculators

Affordable housing groups get first right of refusal, chance to match offer on residential buildings

Supes recommend rejection of mayor’s pick for the Rent Board

Tenant advocates argue Reese Isbell lacks critical experience for role

Sophie Maxwell, Tim Paulson appointed to city’s public utilities commission

Former supervisor vows to do ‘whatever is necessary’ to help create a public utility

Businesses to get 90 days to comply with SF’s proposed ban on cashless operations

Amazon Go has said it will begin accepting cash after similar legislation adopted in other cities

Supes block SoMa housing development over shadow cast on neighborhood park

Neighbors appealed project due to its impact on Victoria Manalo Draves Park

City working to finalize Housing Authority takeover plans

Mayor London Breed submitted a draft agreement to the federal government Monday…

SF offers incentive for companies to voluntarily pay homeless tax

San Francisco will give companies a chance to voluntarily pay a homeless…

Cost to move city agencies out of Hall of Justice going up

Office space leases part of long term replacement plans that include land purchase next to courthouse

City increases efforts to collect used needles as part of needle exchange program

Supervisors expected to approve seven-year extension for syringe distribution contract

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…