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.

Cabrillo and La Playa circa 1922 with Chutes at the Beach, which later became Playland. OpenSFHistory / wnp37.00962
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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

East Bay Times: Report: Pilot ‘mobile recycling’ programs aren’t fix for California’s crumbling system

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

Mission Local: DA Brooke Jenkins inherited a looming legal crisis. Her policies could make it worse.

Mission Local: Documents: Mayor's office taking hands-on role with DA Brooke Jenkins

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

Politico: London Breed is beating the progressives. But is she actually fixing anything?

San Francisco Examiner: Will San Francisco cut ties with PG&E over wildfire fund?

San Francisco Standard: The Mystery of History: The Museum at The Cliff's 'Naiad Cove' Looks Back on the Lost & Imagined Past of Lands End

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

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