Tag Archives: Department of Public Health

Jaime Gonzalez built a bathroom to make his restaurant ADA complaint

Businesses Hit With ‘Drive-by’ ADA Lawsuits

The owners of Elsy’s Restaurant on Mission Street have faced their share of roadblocks to operate in San Francisco. For reasons that are still unclear, the San Francisco Planning Department delayed Elsy’s opening for eight...

Substance Abuse Center to Close After 32 Years

“How can they close the center?” one client asked.” This place is for the families.” En Español
Delma spends most days with baby Elmer in the family's $600-a-month hotel room.

A Family Home In An SRO

San Francisco is a city with a serious affordable housing deficit. As more families suffer from job loss and slashed hours, many are turning to single room occupancy hotels for shelter.En Español
Sheriffs regulate entry into the Planning Commission meeting on Thursday.

Citywide Hospital Rebuild Advances Amidst Conflict

Plans for the Pacific Medical Center would drastically change the city's largest hospital network.
Courtesy of Lisa Norwood via Flickr Creative Commons

John O’Connell Reflects on Richmond Gang Rape

Mission school reflects on the tragedy across the Bay.