Supported by Beep's Burgers In this week’s newsletter, Supervisor Myrna Melgar on her reelection campaign, and then: * Jose Ortega
Mullaney's Picks: Traffic Enforcement, PG&E Ties, More
The not-to-be missed headlines about San Francisco curated by Alex Mullaney for members of The Ingleside Light.
San Francisco Chronicle: Muni cut back on enforcing fare payment in the pandemic. Here’s how much it cost the agency
San Francisco Standard: Crypto, Tech Stocks & Expensive Homes: What SF's Elected Officials Own
San Francisco Examiner: Why does it take 6 years to open a Whole Foods in San Francisco?
San Francisco Chronicle: S.F.’s $20,000 trash can prototype and 5 cheaper models hit the streets. Which will look — and work
The Markup: Can Taxing Big Tech Save Journalism?
San Francisco Chronicle: Brooke Jenkins calls herself a progressive prosecutor. Should we believe her?
San Francisco Chronicle: Editorial: Should San Francisco D.A. Brooke Jenkins really start prosecuting juveniles as adults?
San Francisco Chronicle: California data on racial profiling in police stops show worsening trend
San Francisco Standard: Watergate-Era Financial Disclosures No Longer Keep Pols Honest, Experts Say
San Francisco Examiner: Will San Francisco cut ties with PG&E over wildfire fund?
San Francisco Standard: With Traffic Enforcement Way Down, SF Residents Are Taking Safety Into Their Own Hands
San Francisco Chronicle: Downtown vs. neighborhoods: S.F. sales tax data shows where people are spending their money
San Francisco Chronicle: Does S.F. have a ‘Homeless Industrial Complex’? No, just a stunning lack of oversight