Today’s Headlines

  • California Would Face $1.25 Billion Cut Under Mica Transpo Bill (SF Gate)
  • SF Park Program Issues First Pricing Adjustment (City Insider)
  • SF Taxi Drivers Still Planning August 2 Strike (SF Examiner)
  • Park Merced Opponents Submit Signatures for Referendum (SF Gate)
  • CMPC, City “Still Far Apart on Cathedral Hill Facility” (SF Examiner)
  • Beyond Chron: “Is CPMC Having Second Thoughts About SF Project?”
  • Enviros Blast Halting of Clean Air Program for America’s Cup (SFBG)
  • Proposed Development at 15th/South Van Ness “Raises Hackles” (Mission Loc@l)
  • LA Times Does a Travel Piece on “San Francisco’s Valencia Street on Bicycle”
  • Redevelopment Agencies “Must Pay to Stay in Business” (Sac Bee)
  • SF Redevelopment Agency “Tries to Stay Alive” (SF Examiner)
  • “Peer Review Group” Raises “Serious Concerns” About CAHSR (AP via Merc)
  • SF Supes Close to Decision on AT&T Sidewalk Utility Boxes (Andrew Ross)

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