At In Chan Kaajal Park on 17th and Folsom streets, a looming storm system was probably the furthest thing from playground visitors’ minds Tuesday morning; the sun was up and […]
At an emotional community debate Monday night some 200 Mission residents squared off with top city officials and one another over the burdens and benefits that a temporary homeless shelter […]
Merchants and residents of the lower 24th Street corridor are under attack — from above and below. By ficus trees. Problematic ficus trees are increasingly becoming a headache for area […]
First published in the San Francisco Public Press, an independent nonprofit newspaper and website covering public policy. In 2002, Supervisor Mark Leno, a Willie Brown appointee, introduced San Francisco’s first […]
Please return to this page throughout the day for results, updates, analysis, and coverage from Mission Local Update, Mar. 4, 5:50 p.m. 320,000 votes still left, as Fielder hovers at […]
Mission District Supervisor Hillary Ronen on Tuesday rolled out a new city-funded initiative to combat littering along Mission Street by installing some three dozen new trashcans along the corridor. “We […]
A 27-year-old worker with the Department of Public Works was shot and killed Wednesday morning in the Mission District while working on a graffiti crew, according to city officials. Jermaine […]
The city has no money for trees, according to the Department of Public Works. Property owners want that remedied and so does the department, but until that happens, Public Works will […]
While San Francisco may be touted as one of the world’s “greenest” cities, it has one of the smallest tree canopies of any major U.S. city. But that’s soon to […]
You may have noticed the political messages lodged in Market and City Hall news racks over the last couple years. It’s the guerrilla artwork of San Franciscans Paz De la […]
After more than three hours of discussion on Tuesday night, members of the Occupy San Francisco general assembly declined to accept the city’s offer to relocate from Justin Herman Plaza to an empty lot near 16th and Mission streets.
Las playeras de franela y de cuello en v de los indignados en San Francisco se encontraron con las indiferentes chamarras deportivas y zapatos boleados de los funcionarios municipales en […]
Mayor Ed Lee talked of infiltration as sinister. And no one is sure what to do about the dead lawn and the mud ahead.
All kinds of places….
It has to lead to a successful prosecution.