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Michael Macor / The Chronicle Scott Wiener, deputy city attorney, began his campaign two years before the election. Images More Bay Area News Unlike some elected members of San Francisco's Board of Supervisors, Scott Wiener doesn't start the job as a
Reporter Scott Wiener is focusing on getting more cabs onto the street, moving toward a centralized dispatch and making the cab system more usable for more people. Overhauling the taxi industry and reining in San Francisco's burgeoning labor costs,
Examiner Staff Writer The fate of the illegal pride banners on the historic light posts that line Market Street might be saved even though preservationists are worried about the flag fixtures bleeding rust. The Historic Preservation Commission on
Most Tasty, Most Festive and Most Artistic. And the judges seemed to be enjoying themselves as they sampled the goodies and decided on the awards, as the rest of us waited hungrily, dessert forks in hand Sup.
Bevan Dufty's campaign stunt of insisting that the new Transbay Transit Center provide child-care facilities, at taxpayers' expense, provides great insight into why our local, state and federal entities are in such dire financial straits the belief
Reporter With the holiday season, City Hall becomes quiet. On Wednesday, the Board of Supervisors officially begins winter recess. That means no meetings until Jan. 4, which is the first scheduled full board meeting following the break. The last long
City editor The fight about replacing the pride banners in the Castro is back to members of the Board of Supervisors. As first reported by The San Francisco Examiner, the gay-pride banners in the Castro are 10 years old and in need of replacement.
City supervisors say that under the current pay system, only The City's wealthier residents are able to spare the time to serve on the Board of Education. The Board of Education could soon ask voters to give its members a raise a big one. Board
Reporter The new $4.2 billion Transbay Transit Center may one day boast public parks, towering skyscrapers, 2,600 new homes and access to a host of different transit lines, but the development has come under fire for what it lacks: child care
Examiner Staff Writer Mayor Gavin Newsom isn't the only one getting into the holiday spirit ...City Hall, Supervisor-elect Scott Wiener will be upstairs holding his own holiday shindig , his very first event. The party will be in Supervisor Bevan