Jane Kim

Learning the lessons of the June election

So many times during this spring’s election season I found myself at…

 

Salesforce Tower celebrated in grand opening ceremony

City and project officials gathered to celebrate the opening of the new…

 

Supervisor Sheehy proposes $16.86 minimum wage for city-contracted employees

San Francisco’s lowest paid workers under contract with The City could see…

 

Chinatown remains divided on mayoral candidates as Breed gains support

“Pop, pop, pop!” echoes through Chinatown as a man stands in a…

New Golden Era dragon unveiled at Chinatown New Year Ceremony

Hundreds of people who gathered at Chinatown’s Portsmouth Square Friday to usher…

Firefighters union asks mayoral candidates for veto power over bike lanes, pedestrian safety projects

Firefighters want their department to wield veto power over Vision Zero street…

SF Giants’ 28-acre waterfront development nears approval

A decade in the making, the San Francisco Giants’ Mission Rock development…

Supervisor stalls $15M for Market Street safety project, citing concerns

A San Francisco supervisor is calling into question a seven-year-long planning process…

San Francisco talks robot tax

Following the recent advice of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Supervisor Jane Kim…

SF pension board told to crack down on CEO excessive pay

San Francisco on Tuesday joined the nationwide “say on pay” effort by…

Avalos finds $38M in budget to counter mayor’s hit to free CCSF

Mayor Ed Lee announced his rebalanced budget last week, but today Supervisor…

City Hall bids farewell to Supervisor Wiener

There’s nothing like goodbyes to bring everyone together. Supervisor Scott Wiener is…

Peskin faces one challenger in quest for four-year term as supervisor

After defeating Mayor Ed Lee’s appointee to the Board of Supervisors last…

SF’s inclusionary housing rates look for ‘sweet spot’

San Francisco needs more affordable housing, but how much should be mandated…

Town hall on state of Seton Medical Center

On Saturday, Oct. 15, the Daly City and southwestern San Francisco communities…

Final state Senate campaign push on display

The rollicking, at times humorous and other times downright mean, race for…

November ballot measures incite class hatred in San Francisco

With a stinky pile of initiatives on the San Francisco ballot this…

Homeless advocates ‘sick of sound bytes’ around tent issue

San Francisco’s policy for dealing with homeless residents living in tents is…

Retired judge Quentin Kopp appointed to Ethics Commission as supes return from recess

In the first meeting back from a four-week long legislative recess, the…

SF’s new progressive era could come to a halt in November

San Francisco’s political progressive movement may continue to surge — or find…