Starting this week, San Francisco workers forced to quarantine with COVID-19 will be assured income support for two to four weeks. The initial tranche of $2 million in funding will […]
After 13 years working for a housekeeping agency, Edina Ajin Perez decided, in 2017, to go solo. She cleans two or three houses a day, working for a total of […]
Political brawl between mayor’s ‘UrgentCareSF’ ballot measure and Supervisors Hillary Ronen and Matt Haney’s ‘Mental Health SF’ ballot measure looms First and foremost, let’s start with the people. Today was […]
The highly visible homelessness is part of what she is being asked to “urgently” respond to and fix since March when she became the city’s director of behavioral health services. Kunins said she will also address large-scale challenges facing the community and society around mental health and emotional wellbeing. “The pandemic has exposed our disconnection and that those experiences are not felt equitably across society,” she said.
District 9 Supervisor Hillary Ronen received no clear answers at a hearing she called Monday to figure out why seven fully affordable housing projects in the Mission District are taking […]
A little help? We were going to give you a head’s up today on Bernal Cutlery’s holiday party next Friday, and that may still happen, but a fire intervened and […]
Around 100 people gathered at the 24th and Mission BART Plaza on Friday afternoon to remember Sean Monterrosa, an unarmed 22-year-old man who was shot and killed by the Vallejo […]
‘In the absence of that, I suspect that many of these facilities will continue to close.’
Mission Local’s special reports outlining potentially catastrophic problems stemming from the city’s thousands of mandatory seismic retrofit projects have spurred three supervisors to call for hearings.
The Mission Housing Development Corp. and BRIDGE Housing held a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning for the 100 percent affordable building the developers recently completed at 1950 Mission St. La […]
The city’s current rent relief assistance program has been able to help at least 1,443 out of the 9,000 applicants to tap into $5.8 million.
Private negotiations between city representatives and the police union over new police reforms could be subject to public scrutiny under proposed Board of Supervisors legislation announced on Tuesday. Advocates and […]
“There’s a lot of [proposed] units there, there’s a lot of money here. If there wasn’t a fire, they would be in a unit that was rent-controlled, and would not have to worry about their housing,” Mark Kaplan said.
Undocumented and low-income families in San Francisco with children under 18, who do not qualify for state and federal assistance, could receive $500 per month to help them weather the […]
On Monday, Mayor London Breed announced the city will purchase South Van Ness Manor, a 29-bed licensed Board and Care facility in the Mission, following months of struggle to relocate […]