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Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerWork flowing on: City workers bury piping along Page Street near Divisadero Street on Wednesday as part of an emergency sewer construction project.

City making fixes as it crafts pricey plan to fulfill its sewer pipe dreams

As it pieces together a long-term overhaul of San Francisco’s underground sewage…

Mike Koozmin/The S.F. ExaminerWork flowing on: City workers bury piping along Page Street near Divisadero Street on Wednesday as part of an emergency sewer construction project.

Crews will tunnel under ‘Granny’ tree in San Mateo County to construct water pipeline

A centuries-old oak tree in San Mateo County in the path of…

San Francisco settles Mitchell Engineering lawsuits for $15.75 million

Curtis Mitchell, owner of Mitchell Engineering, has settled a number of lawsuits…

DPW cost-saving tree plan faces resistance

San Francisco may be known for being a “green” city, but it’s…

San Francisco’s ‘greenest’ office building takes shape

San Francisco’s greenest ever office building got a “topping-off” ceremony Wednesday morning,…

UPDATE: SFPUC orders temporary halt to construction around centuries-old oak tree

The general manager of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission today requested…

Supervisors approve $1.5M settlement in pedestrian fatality case

The City will pay out $1.56 million in the latest lawsuit against…

SFPUC seeks feedback on the Bay

Calling all kayakers, surfers and fisherman along the bayside of San Francisco:…

Water storage gaining ground in The City

A program subsidizing equipment to capture storm water for irrigation has become…

State budget mess could increase water bills

The state’s budget woes could trickle down to San Francisco’s water bills.…

Newsom selects SFPUC Commission nominee

Mayor Gavin Newsom has nominated retired California State Senator Art Torres to…

South Sunset Park needs some community oversight

Supervisor Carmen Chu wants residents in her district to form a South…

Compost analysis revealed nothing new, city says

A food safety activist’s warning that sewage-based compost given away by San…

Anti-sewage compost crusader to speak at City Hall

A Wisconsin-based activist on a crusade to end San Francisco’s giveaways of…

Solar power plant construction scheduled to begin soon

Equipment needed to build a massive solar power plant is being moved…

No safety incidents in water system rebuild since April

Knock on wood, but between April and mid-December, no safety incident occurred…

Lighting the way to safer water

The water 2.5 million Bay Area residents drink will be safer once…

New meters to instantly reveal customers’ water usage

Your water meter will soon be sharing your water-wasting secrets with government…

SFPUC approves $250M tunnel project

Spending $250 million on anything raises eyebrows. But since it means San…

New lights to shine brightly on The City

The amount of electricity that’s used to illuminate San Francisco’s streets could…