Mohammed Nuru, the former Public Works director ousted in early 2020 and charged in a federal corruption scandal, was booked into County Jail No. 1 at 4:44 p.m. this afternoon […]
The acting United States Attorney for Northern District of California today charged former Recology vice president John Porter with bribing ousted Public Works boss Mohammed Nuru. Porter is the second […]
The leaders of scores of youth organizations that provide Summer Together programming for tens of thousands of San Francisco children were jolted on Friday by a city memorandum abruptly stating […]
Multiple sources have informed Mission Local that the “very senior San Francisco city official” comped along with ex-Public Works boss Mohammed Nuru for two New York City hotel rooms, each […]
The widow of a former vice president of waste-hauling giant Recology has sued the company, claiming it badgered him into taking his own life by baselessly haranguing him in an […]
Last updated: January 10, 2022 In January, 2020, the first domino fell. Mohammad Nuru, then the director of the San Francisco Department of Public Works, was hit with a raft […]
An unusually strongly worded report from the city’s Ethics Commission condemns the ethical murkiness and inadequate reporting measures regarding the millions of dollars’ worth of tickets and other perks gifted […]
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Nuru, Recology allegedly conspired to raise SF customers’ garbage rates, while taking $1 million The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday charged a former Recology executive, Paul Giusti, with money […]
Contractor Balmore Hernandez to join restaurateur Nick Bovis, permit expediter Walter Wong in cooperating with feds’ case vs. Mohammed Nuru Also: Woman charged with lying about gifting Nuru gold Rolex […]
When asked if his successors on the Board might want to revisit this fight, Kopp replied “I’m sure they would, if they had any guts. But they are gutless! All they can do is pick on the police.”
San Francisco’s job posting boasts a top salary $12K higher than San Jose’s, despite far thinner requirements. You’d think building professionals would factor this into their decisions.
But they don’t. They can read between the lines.
The San Francisco Controller’s Office on Thursday recommended a slew of measures to prevent city departments from engaging in “pay-to-play” schemes through “non-city” entities — schemes that Mohammed Nuru, the embattled […]
There is a cinematic element to the last few rounds of federally uncovered and prosecuted San Francisco corruption; the affidavits ought to be smeared with popcorn grease stains. The latest […]
The head of the San Francisco Public Works department has left his position — and, this time, the FBI was not a factor. Mission Local has confirmed with multiple sources […]