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The ruling came in response to a lawsuit filed Tuesday by former Burlingame mayor Joe Galligan, a certified public accountant who also is running for the controller's seat. Galligan told The Daily News on Wednesday that Raigoza is a "controller in
At the head of the class is James Enochs , longtime superintendent of the Modesto school system, who retired after 49 years with an annual pension of $301,000. (Enochs also got a school named after him.) Fredrick Wentworth of the San Joaquin County
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco to receive much-needed services from haircuts to dental work. An estimated 200 volunteers are needed to join Jewish Volunteer Day with Project Homeless Connect, an annual event sponsored by the S.F.-based
A manager at GO Lorrie's, one of the largest passenger shuttle companies at San Francisco International Airport, solicited and reimbursed as much as $8,000 in contributions from employees to the election campaign of interim Mayor Edwin M...If so,
Sarah Rice / Special to The Chronicle The city of San Francisco cited Contest Promotions LLC for posting ads near Mission and 29th streets...Images More Bay Area News San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has been lauded for his open-door policy. A recent
Sarah Rice / Special to The Chronicle Bevan Dufty Images More Bay Area News It's ballot designation time, when candidates get to polish their creative writing skills by putting together a three-word description of their current career that will show
Tourk is currently under investigation for lobbying Herrera after serving as his campaign manager for his reelection campaign for city attorney. A 2004 city law prevents campaign consultants from lobbying current and former clients for five years.
More Bay Area News San Francisco's proposed experiment to open all the polls on the Saturday before election day won't happen this year due to lack of funding. Last fall, city voters passed Proposition I, which called for a Saturday voting pilot
June 19, 2011 GroundFloor Public Affairs founder Alex Tourk announced today his Saturday voting initiative, WhyTuesdaySF, has failed due to a lack of funding. The announcement follows an FCJ report , Friday, about the inactive status of the funding.
A voting initiative sponsored by GroundFloor Public Affairs founder Alex Tourk appears to have failed for a luck of funding...June 18, 2011, 1:19 pm For a few months at least, Saturdays in San Francisco weren't just for bike rides, Farmers Markets