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9/24/2014

  After Google's Eric Schmidt announced on Monday that the tech giant would be ceasing its relationship with the American Legislative... More»

9/10/2014

  A deal was struck yesterday that will avoid litigation by downtown property owners that potentially could have stalled construction of the... More»

8/22/2014

  Here's a picture of a new billboard that the opponents of Proposition E, the tax on soda that San Francisco will vote on this fall, just put... More»

8/19/2014

  You may not have noticed this, given that everyone in town is either coding an app that lets you cut the line at the dentist's office,... More»

6/20/2014

Although the difficulties in the housing market in the Bay Area tends to dominate the news, companies looking for office space to rent run into similar... More»

4/25/2014

A new police substation opening in Menlo Park is not perhaps news-worthy, except in the local context. But when the new $140,000 facility goes in operation... More»

4/16/2014

Welcome to San Francisco. We really do want you to feel welcome here, but don't expect the city to actually do much in the way of real help. That... More»

12/10/2013

Though yesterday's news was dominated by talk of anti-gentrification protestors who had blocked the Google Bus,... More»

12/4/2013

City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed suit today against former Supervisor Michael Yaki, alleging that he violated the city's lobbyist ordinance when he... More»

12/2/2013

"Who really makes public policy?" asks Chris Jackson, who up until last week had been a member of the Board of Trustees of the City College of San... More»

11/19/2013

Yesterday, Supervisor Eric Mar, joined by Supervisors Cohen and Avalos,... More»

10/15/2013

Both the government shutdown in DC and the looming BART strike raise issues of fiscal responsibility while testing the durability of public infrastructure... More»