City Hall News

Board of supervisors

School district could track student evictions

The San Francisco Unified School District may begin tracking students who are displaced due to evictions and monitoring their performance.

Supervisor Jake McGoldrick has drafted a resolution urging the school district to collect data on students who are evicted and report the findings to the Board of Supervisors. In the past, McGoldrick has suggested that there should be a ban on evicting families with school-age children during the school year.

The Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee will consider the resolution Wednesday. The committee meets at 1 p.m. in City Hall, Room 263.

Superior Court

Bike plan goes to court

A legal challenge to San Francisco’s Bicycle Plan, which supports the creation of bike lines among other provisions, will be heard in court today. The hearing will be held in San Francisco Superior Court, 400 McAllister St., beginning at 9:30 a.m. In June, then-Superior Court Judge James Warren issued a preliminary injunction blocking The City from implementing most recommendations in the Bicycle Plan untilthe court ruled on the merits of the litigation. “Bicycles are an environmentally benign form of transportation, and city policymakers are entitled to do what they can to make San Francisco a more bicycle-friendly city,” City Attorney Dennis Herrera said in a statement Tuesday.

MTA

The City’s transportation agency to adopt 2007 goals

San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency will approve and adopt its goals for fiscal year 2007 at its meeting today, among other items on the agenda. The meeting will be held in City Hall, Room 400, beginning at 2 p.m.

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