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Supervisors voted to host America's Cup  SF City Hall: The Board of Supervisors voted 9-to-2 in favor of San Francisco trying to host the 34th America's Cup Ground broken at new Transbay Center   South of Market: With the gray cement of old terminal as a backdrop, officials broke ground on a new transit center City to create car-free party zone
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1. 2017-02-16 San Francisco tourists may have to pay toll to drive down Lombard Street Lombard Street, SF Downtown
C. 2014-07-15 Test program to provide portable toilets SF Tenderloin
3. 2014-05-20 Officials voted to close Lombard Street four weekends Lombard Street, SF Downtown
4. 2014-02-07 Apple gets approvals for Union Square store Union Square and Post Street, SF Downtown
F. 2013-03-12 America's Cup to cost S.F. millions less SF City Hall
6. 2012-09-05 8 Washington OK by S.F. supes stands Ferry Building, SF City Hall
2012-02-23 SF advances plan for America's Cup SF City Hall
I. 2011-12-16 Planners OK report on America's Cup SF City Hall
9. 2011-09-17 Chinatown fears new subway be scrapped Chinatown

Planners OK report on America's Cup  SF City Hall: An analysis of the regatta's impacts on the city, was approved by the Planning Commission 5-0 Thursday night Chinatown fears new subway be scrapped  The Central Subway is mired in political debate over its $1.6 billion price tag, perceived poor connections SF stays on track to host America's Cup
San Francisco tourists may have to pay toll to drive down Lombard Street Map of Lombard Street San Francisco   94133: It's a big change that could make life a lot easier for people who live there. It means tourists may one day need reservations to drive down it Test program to provide portable toilets   SF Tenderloin: The city says this is to help everyone, from kids walking to school, to the homeless who need a place to go to the bathroom Officials voted to close Lombard Street four weekends Map of Lombard Street San Francisco   94133: Residents say the crowds are creating chaos and make it difficult for them to back their car out of their garage Apple gets approvals for Union Square store   Apple got the approvals it needed to move ahead with plans to build a landmark store, but not without hearing plenty of concerns America's Cup to cost S.F. millions less  SF City Hall: Fewer teams, fewer spectators and fewer yachts mean the regatta is no longer expected to generate more than $1 billion for the economy 8 Washington OK by S.F. supes stands   SF City Hall: Supervisors refused to overturn their vote approving a high-priced waterfront condominium project, clearing the way for a 2013 citywide refe... SF advances plan for America's Cup


year 2017 Top ^

Feb.16


year 2014 Top ^

Jul.15
May.20
Feb.7


year 2013 Top ^

Mar.12


year 2012 Top ^

Sep.5
Feb.23
  SF City Hall: San Francisco's binding deal to host the America's Cup regatta lurched fitfully toward final approval


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.16
Sep.17


year 2010 Top ^

Dec.14
  SF City Hall: San Francisco supervisors today gave unanimous approval to the city's bid to host the America's Cup regatta in 2013

Oct.6
Aug.11


year 2008 Top ^

Jul.12
  SF City Hall: City plans to turn 6 miles of city streets into a pedestrian-only party zone from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Aug. 31 and Sept. 14
Mar.25 Supe Looks To Curb Business Energy Use
  Aaron Peskin announced legislation to conserve energy by requiring downtown buildings to turn out the lights when workers hit the doors


year 2005 Top ^

Mar.24 Proposals would add 11,000 housing units  Mayor Newsom called for a 'renaissance of housing construction' Mar.22 Approval For North Beach Retail Ban  Supervisors approved an ordinance that would prevent large chain stores from setting up shop in historic areas Feb.15 Drivers to Pay Toll in Downtown?
  Supervisor McGoldrick has asked the feds for about a million dollars to start a study

year 2003 Top ^

Aug.16 Program to rehabilitate piers  The project between the Port and the San Francisco Waterfront Partners, will refurbish piers 1 1/2, 3 and 5

year 2002 Top ^

Jul.25 Reopening of historic Union Square
  Ribbon-cutting ceremony and a variety of musical and theater performances after $25 million project


year 2001 Top ^

Oct.28 Bookstore named city landmark  City Lights was the center of the Beat movement




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