Today’s Headlines

  • Muni Operators Deal “Seen as Win-Win Before Wednesday Vote” (SF Gate)
  • Examiner Editorial Urges Muni Operators to Approve Deal and Not “Dig Deeper Hole”
  • BART’s Seat Testers Are Willing “to Sacrifice About 2 Inches from Current Seats” (SF Gate)
  • Mayor Lee Strikes Deal with San Mateo County on Local-Hire Ordinance (City Insider)
  • City College Can’t Afford New Design Plan for Chinatown/North Beach Campus (SF Examiner)
  • What Effect Has the Sit/Lie Law Had on Haight Street? Results “Up for Debate” (SF Examiner)
  • Plan Would Transfer Care of Trees from SFDPW to Private Property Owners (SF Examiner)
  • Marin Transit Authority to Decide June 23 Whether to Give SMART $8 Million (Marin IJ)
  • KCBS: “Richmond Bike Path Part of Downtown Revitalization Effort”
  • Art in Storefronts Project “Spruces Up” San Francisco’s Mid-Market Area (SF Gate)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Anonymous

    The Examiner has jumped the FOX.

  • icarus12

    Rachel Gordon’s Chronicle article on the proposed MUNI operators’ contract gives a fair amount of detail, but I’d like to know how and how much management estimates cost savings will be effected from work rule changes.  Surely, the managers must have at least an estimate; otherwise they would not have been complaining for years about those rules and blaming muni’s budget woes on them.