With two-swing votes on the board up for grabs, elections could change the board's tilt.
Supervisor Bevan Dufty called what he hopes is the first of many stakeholder meetings to address questions about Dolores Park.En Español
He got the most votes in the District 8 race, but fell short of the required 50%. En Español
And nothing like the lovefest between Ed Lee and District 9.
He'll just get back to reforming the the city's social, political, and infrastructural transit networks. And then he'll do something else really hard.
Companies could collectively decide to create a shuttle service for their employees, said Gillian Gillette, chief of staff to city supervisor Scott Wiener.
Although the Mission District is about to mark the 18th anniversary of a ban on new liquor licenses, it’s now easier than ever to get a cocktail in the neighborhood.
San Francisco developer Prado Group Inc. is seeking city approval for a project to drastically expand the sidewalks at the intersection of Market and Dolores streets.
Sunday parking meter fees could make the informal arrangement more difficult.
The playground has never had a fence, but the new design has brought some afterthought about that.
Both sides expressed strong views: Businesses say they can't make enough money without the license, while some residents say there's already too much alcohol around.
Fair Oaks and 17th Street are among the streets that have been deemed inadequately lit, according to the Public Utilities Commission.
Earlier this month, the San Francisco Chronicle reported about the vandalism at Dolores Park and other recreation areas. “It took vandals just one day to mark the new playground with graffiti, and only a few weeks more for instruments in the whimsical music garden there to be damaged, most notably with the removal of six of the 14 metal keys from...
Los vándalos del Parque Dolores y Potrero Del Sol han adquirido un nuevo y poderoso enemigo: el alcalde Ed Lee. Durante la sesión de preguntas del alcalde en la reunión de la Junta de Supervisores, Lee prometió que tomaría medidas para disminuir el vandalismo que hace poco ha afectado a los parques de la ciudad. El área de juegos Helen...
The Roxie Theater on 16th Street is one step closer to serving beer during film screenings now that the San Francisco Board of Supervisors has adopted a resolution supporting the move. After the theater had spent more than a year jumping through bureaucratic hoops, supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to recommend that the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control grant...