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San Francisco will be first in nation to make city college free  Mayor Ed Lee announced on Monday that the city will be the first in the nation to make city college free for all students San Francisco's last gun shop to close as supervisors pass gun control measure. Bernal Heights Bay Bridge span, against Gov. Brown's wishes, set to be renamed. Western Span SF supervisors pass measure banning public nudity   Nudists lost their battle at City Hall Tuesday when the board of supervisors passed a measure banning public nudity Healthier kids' meals ordinance approved Mayor's Proposes Job, Program Cuts Police Commission Nixes Taser Proposal Newsom To Reduce Hours Of SF Workers Mayor Suspends Supervisor Ed Jew Newsom Cleared In Tourk Timesheets S.F. Board Bans Plastic Grocery Bags Strip Club Crackdown Proposed Supes Pass Health Care For Uninsured   SF Picks Google, EarthLink For Wi-Fi  A city panel identified Google and EarthLink as the best candidates to complete the ambitious project Mayor Accuses Conductors Of Stealing SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump. Pacific Heights Ordinance Introduced On Corpse Exhibits New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium City considering fee on grocery bags Smoking banned in some outdoor spaces Dog humane treatment law passed
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  Tasers approved for San Francisco Police Department


year 2017 Top ^

Nov.4
  Officers may be carrying tasers by December 2018, but the police union wants a policy on how officers can use them as soon as possible
Nov.3 Police Commission meeting gets tense over tasers Aug.26 Patriot Prayer rally cancelled
  The National Park Service cancelled the Patriot Prayer rally that was scheduled for Saturday at 2 p.m. in San Francisco's Crissy Field
Feb.6 San Francisco will be first in nation to make city college free
  Mayor Ed Lee announced on Monday that the city will be the first in the nation to make city college free for all students


year 2016 Top ^

Mar.11  SF Mayor raises age to buy tobacco products to 21 Mar.1  San Francisco tobacco age increased to 21 years of age

year 2015 Top ^

Oct.27 San Francisco's last gun shop to close as supervisors pass gun control measure
Map of 3185 Mission St San Francisco  Bernal Heights: Board of Supervisors has unanimously passed a new gun control measure. High Bridge Arms, the one and only gun store in San Francisco is closing Oct.6  Judge strikes down San Francisco eviction law

year 2014 Top ^

Jul.15  Test program to provide portable toilets Jun.11  Mayor introduces plan to reach $15 hourly minimum wage in 4 years May.20  Officials voted to close Lombard Street four weekends Jan.21 Agency OKs tech-bus rules, but not everyone's on board


year 2013 Top ^

Nov.20 Report: Batkid cost San Francisco $105,000
Sep.10   Bay Bridge span, against Gov. Brown's wishes, set to be renamed Map of western span San Francisco  Western Span: One of the most famous roadway is on the verge of being named after Willie L. Brown, Jr., one of its most well-known and controversial politicians

year 2012 Top ^

Nov.20 SF supervisors pass measure banning public nudity
  Nudists lost their battle at City Hall Tuesday when the board of supervisors passed a measure banning public nudity
Feb.23 SF advances plan for America's Cup


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.16  Planners OK report on America's Cup Dec.12 SF first US city to top $10 min wage
Sep.6  Supervisor proposes ban on naked seating Jul.27  SF trash may go to rural Yuba County Jul.16  SF cracks down on hookah lounges Jun.30  City weighs in on circumcision ban Apr.13 S.F. municipal bond rating downgraded Mar.19 SF set to implement tough local-hire law Feb.1 SF Oks nanny parking proposal Fine for Yellow Pages unwanted deliveries

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.24 City to enact law requiring local hires
Dec.14 SF stays on track to host America's Cup Nov.23 Healthier kids' meals ordinance approved  SF lawmakers have voted to pass a law prohibiting restaurants from including toys with children's meals that do not meet nutritional guidelines Nov.9 City ban toys in unhealthy fast-food meals Oct.6  Supervisors voted to host America's Cup Oct.5  S.F. to start college savings plan Sep.23  Mayor steps in as Jobs Now cash dries up Aug.7 Plan Would Send Trash To Yuba Co. Jul.10  Pet Sale Ban Idea Jun.23  San Francisco May Impose Booze Tax Jun.21 City public power plan hits snag Jun.15  Cell Phone Radiation Law Gets OK Jun.2   Mayor's Proposes Job, Program Cuts  Gavin Newsom has unveiled his $6.4 billion budget proposal, including cuts to substance-abuse and mental health programs Jun.1  Newsom Proposes Budget, Close Deficit Apr.21  Deal Expected To Mean Fewer SF Layoffs Apr.5  Taxes sought from banks' takeovers Apr.3  SF To Face Soaring Deficits Mar.19  Newsom Delays City Worker Layoff Plan Mar.4   Police Commission Nixes Taser Proposal  The San Francisco Police Commission voted down a proposal by police Chief George Gascon to explore the use of Tasers by the department Mar.2   Newsom To Reduce Hours Of SF Workers  Gavin Newsom announced a plan to reduce the hours of thousands of city employees; a move which he said will stave off mass layoffs Feb.21  America's Cup Team Gets Key To City Feb.6  Mayor To Make Retrofits Mandatory

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.16 SF, US Navy Reach Treasure Island Deal
Nov.24  Supes To Postpone City Worker Layoffs Nov.10  Supes Overturn Veto Of Sanctuary Law Oct.28 Newsom Vetoes New City Sanctuary Law Jul.21  Supes Approve $6.6 Billion Budget Jun.26  SF Officials Approve Bike Plan Jun.1  Newsom Proposes Deep Cuts, Layoffs Apr.1  SF deficit could hit $750 million by 2011 Jan.2  Officials working to cut down on homicides

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.13  City Workers Asked To Take Wage Freeze Oct.1  Water plan calls for more conservation Sep.16  Officials vote against zoo plan Aug.28  Fire commission rejects settlement Aug.7  Newsom Tones Down Recycling Proposal Aug.2  SF to pay millions in grants back to feds Jul.22  $6.4 Billion City Budget Adopted Jul.12  City to create car-free party zone Apr.4  Feds wants city to return $5.4m grant Apr.2  City officials move to cut overtime pay Jan.30 Restaurants asked to ban trans fats


year 2007 Top ^

Dec.1 City offers gift cards for guns
Nov.14  City To Issue Municipal ID Cards Oct.23  Supes approve $185M park bond in ballot Oct.19  City-run drug injection centers considered Sep.25   Mayor Suspends Supervisor Ed Jew  Gavin Newsom replaced the supervisor with his Deputy Budget Director, Carmen Chu Sep.6  Academy Of Art Under Fire By Planners Jul.3 Ed Jew Responds To Residency Claims Jun.22  Newsom prohibits city using bottled water Jun.18  City Attorney Seeks To Remove Ed Jew Jun.16  Ed Jew ignores city attorney's deadline Jun.12  Ed Jew Has Yet To Prove Residency Jun.10  FBI Supplied Cash Given To Jew In Probe Apr.11   Newsom Cleared In Tourk Timesheets  City attorney's investigation has cleared Newsom's former paramour of any wrongdoing in her financial dealings with the city Apr.4 Mayor calls for scrutiny in Critical Mass Mar.27 S.F. Board Bans Plastic Grocery Bags  Board of Supervisors devoted time to improving the planet Jan.29  Mayor's Aide Accused Of Dirty Tricks

year 2006 Top ^

Nov.8  Legislators Approve Muni Alcohol Ads Nov.1  Mayor mulls cancellation of Halloween Sep.13  Newsom Unveils Plan To End Truancy Aug.18 Strip Club Crackdown Proposed  Supervisors are being asked to ban private rooms in strip clubs Jul.18 Supes Pass Health Care For Uninsured
  The Board voted unanimously to approve legislation that creates the Health Access Program Jul.13 SF Rejects Permit For Pot Club
. Fishermans Wharf May.15  Mayor Vetoes G.G. Park Road Closure Apr.5   SF Picks Google, EarthLink For Wi-Fi
  A city panel identified Google and EarthLink as the best candidates to complete the ambitious project.    The recommendation was completing a 6-week reviewc The companies decided to team togethe...
Jan.19 Mayor Accuses Conductors Of Stealing
  Newsom has accused the city's cable car conductors of pocketing fares, stirring the ire of the union

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.15  Supervisors Vote To Save Pot Clubs Oct.14  Hall Delivers Letter To Mayor Sep.22 Officials Approve Ski Jump Event
Aug.24 SF Cancels Weekend Ski Jump  Pacific Heights: Mayor Gavin Newsom called off the ski show sponsored by Icer snow apparel company Jun.20  Mayor Wants to Change State Dog Law Jun.7 Ordinance Introduced On Corpse Exhibits  Supervisor Fiona Ma introduced an ordinance that would ban shows such as 'The Universe Within' Jun.6 Newsom Wants Legislation On Pit Bulls Mar.30 New Pot Clubs Stopped After Moratorium  City supervisors have approved the moratorium on new medical marijuana clubs in the city Mar.22 Pot clubs prohibited in sobriey facilities Jan.26 City considering fee on grocery bags  Officials are considering a proposal to slap a 17-cent first-in-the-nation surcharge on paper or plastic shopping bags Jan.25 Smoking banned in some outdoor spaces  The supervisors voted to ban smoking in all parks, public squares and other spaces that the city owns Jan.20  City mulls handgun ban Jan.11 Dog humane treatment law passed  A new backyard dog law says canines are entitled to a change of water once a day, palatable and nutritious food Jan.10  Mayor's Town Hall Focuses on Crime

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.25 Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
Mar.31  Navy reaches deal with city Jan.30  Mayor cut his salary by 15%

year 2003 Top ^

Dec.20  Newsom announces transition team Nov.10  Acting mayor's appointment overturned May.12  City Asks for More Parking Tickets Mar.25 Demonstrations cost city $1 million a day


year 2002 Top ^

Aug.6  49ers naming rights to Candlestick denied Jul.23 City may get into pot-growing business
May.28  $3.6 billion in water system improvements

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.14  City backs down on leash dogs Jan.19  Mayor To Be Dad Again

year 2000 Top ^

Feb.16  Supervisors Putting Brakes On Tire Ban