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Inspectors allowed Millennium Tower as they denied similar project Prop. F: Measure to restrict Airbnb rentals losing by wide margin


year 2016 Top ^

Oct.29


year 2015 Top ^

Nov.3
  San Francisco voters are poised to hand a decisive victory to Airbnb and city residents who want to turn their homes into vacation rentals
Oct.6 Judge strikes down San Francisco eviction law Aug.7 Embattled S.F. port Commissioner Mel Murphy resigns May.14 Hip-hop artists filing lawsuit against SFPD

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.14 $3M settlement over dead woman in S.F. General stairwell
Jul.28 S.F. law blocks tech boom expansion Jul.7 Pinterest-headquarter deal in Design District tabled. South of Market Jun.11 Mayor introduces plan to reach $15 hourly minimum wage in 4 years May.12 S.F. sues family that operates residential hotels May.4 SF mayor makes push for George Lucas museum Mar.17  Rem Koolhaas picked to design S.F. residential tower Mar.10  Plan would triple cost of riding S.F.'s historic streetcars Mar.6  S.F. considers regulating private ride services Mar.2  S.F. wins spot in new federal public housing program Feb.16  Municipal Transportation Agency rolls out budget Feb.12 French President Hollande meeting with city officials and tech kingpins
  President Francois Hollande is offering his government's support to French entrepreneurs seeking to gain a foothold in Silicon Valley
Feb.7  Apple gets approvals for Union Square store Feb.3  Campos proposal aims to help evicted stay in S.F. Jan.21 Agency OKs tech-bus rules, but not everyone's on board  SF Municipal Transportation Agency board voted to impose fees and restrictions on Google buses and other corporate commuter shuttles Jan.16  Sharp Park Golf Course project to move ahead

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.12 SF first US city to top $10 min wage  The city's hourly wage for its lowest-paid workers will hit $10.24, more than $2 above the California minimum wage and nearly $3 more than U... Aug.3 Supes closed fix in health care loophole May.25 Parkmerced transformation wins approval. 94132 May.17 SF officials approve taxi fare increase Mar.19 SF set to implement tough local-hire law  The ordinance is also requiring that a set percentage of work hours on be performed by economically disadvantaged workers Feb.8 Lee hope to keep Twitter HQ in SF  SF mayor and two supervisors announced what they hope will be a deal to keep Twitter from leaving the city and entice new businesses to move...

year 2010 Top ^

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  San Francisco has passed a law barring fast-food restaurants from giving away toys with children's meals that do not meet nutritional guidelines Sep.14 Lawmakers Pass Alcohol Services Fee  The Board of Supervisors approved a fee on alcohol distribution to recover the cost of dealing with drinkers, but the measure faces a mayoral... Aug.1 Giant Redevelopment Project Approved  The Board of Sups approved a project to turn the abandoned Hunters Point Naval Shipyard into a 700-acre residential and commercial center Jun.21 City public power plan hits snag  The Public Utilities Commission was negotiating a contract with Power Choice LLC. The commission will recommend seeking new bids Apr.5 Taxes sought from banks' takeovers  San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting. Now Ting: Big banks have been slow to pay real estate taxes after they bought other companies 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


year 2009 Top ^

Nov.24 Supes To Postpone City Worker Layoffs Sep.19   Coca-Cola slams proposed S.F. soda tax  San Francisco: CEO Muhtar Kent: 'I've never seen it work where a government tells people what to eat and what to drink' Jun.1 Newsom Proposes Deep Cuts, Layoffs May.27 Muni Fare Hikes, Service Cuts In July May.19 New fee tacked onto price of cigarette May.15 SF to install 25K solar panels Apr.8 Muni considering budget cuts

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.12   400 City Workers Getting Pink Slips
  Workers were being given notice, and released from service in February as part of more than $118 million in budget cuts Feb.26 Academy of Art saving Flower Mart
Jan.30 Restaurants asked to ban trans fats  The city Board of Supervisors is asking all restaurants to take artery-clogging trans fats off their menus

year 2007 Top ^

Aug.29 EarthLink Kills City Wi-Fi Deal
  The financially struggling Earthlink Inc. bowed out of a deal to join Google in providing free wireless Internet access throughout the city
Mar.27 S.F. Board Bans Plastic Grocery Bags  Board of Supervisors devoted time to improving the planet Mar.8 Proposed Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Delayed Jan.18 City Claim Grocers Broke Plastic Bag Deal

year 2006 Top ^

Aug.11 Mayor Approves Affordable Housing Law


year 2005 Top ^

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

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.25   Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
  Gavin Newsom calsl for a boycott of the 14 facilities and urge other mayors to play hardball with the properties' owners Oct.24 Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute
Jan.27 Newsom to seek higher taxes

year 2003 Top ^

Apr.8 Parking fee hike approved
Mar.30     Fell Street Off-Ramp Closed For Good  San Francisco: The mayor struck the first blow. Off-ramp from the Central Freeway generated years of controversy Jan.19   City outlaws Segway scooter  The Board of Supervisors rejected the two-wheel Segway Human Transporter on city sidewalks

year 2002 Top ^

Jun.3 4.9 billion budget proposal


year 2001 Top ^

Nov.11 Public power measures defeated
  After 5 days of waiting, measure F lost by 533 votes, measure I lost by 4,361 votes


Taxes sought from banks' takeovers  San Francisco Assessor-Recorder Phil Ting. Now Ting: Big banks have been slow to pay real estate taxes after they bought other companies Newsom to seek higher taxes 4.9 billion budget proposal Healthier kids' meals ordinance approved




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Nov.23
  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
  San Francisco has passed a law barring fast-food restaurants from giving away toys with children's meals that do not meet nutritional guidelines Sep.14 Lawmakers Pass Alcohol Services Fee  The Board of Supervisors approved a fee on alcohol distribution to recover the cost of dealing with drinkers, but the measure faces a mayoral... 2009 Sep.19 Coca-Cola slams proposed S.F. soda tax  San Francisco: CEO Muhtar Kent: 'I've never seen it work where a government tells people what to eat and what to drink' 2008 Jan.30 Restaurants asked to ban trans fats  The city Board of Supervisors is asking all restaurants to take artery-clogging trans fats off their menus



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2003 Apr.8 Parking fee hike approved
Mar.30   Fell Street Off-Ramp Closed For Good  San Francisco: The mayor struck the first blow. Off-ramp from the Central Freeway generated years of controversy



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2011 Aug.3 Supes closed fix in health care loophole




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2004 Oct.25   Mayor vows to join pickets to end lockout
  Gavin Newsom calsl for a boycott of the 14 facilities and urge other mayors to play hardball with the properties' owners Oct.24 Mayor Seeks Cooling-Off in Hotel Dispute



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2010 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
2009 Nov.24 Supes To Postpone City Worker Layoffs Jun.1 Newsom Proposes Deep Cuts, Layoffs 2008 Dec.12 400 City Workers Getting Pink Slips  Workers were being given notice, and released from service in February as part of more than $118 million in budget cuts



SF City Hall, Business High Tech Business Timeline ... See Bay Area High Tech Business timeline, World High Tech Business timeline Top ^
2014 Jul.28 S.F. law blocks tech boom expansion
2007 Aug.29 EarthLink Kills City Wi-Fi Deal
  The financially struggling Earthlink Inc. bowed out of a deal to join Google in providing free wireless Internet access throughout the city




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2011 Mar.19 SF set to implement tough local-hire law  The ordinance is also requiring that a set percentage of work hours on be performed by economically disadvantaged workers



SF City Hall, Business Business Lawsuit Timeline ... See Bay Area Business Lawsuit timeline, World Business Lawsuit timeline Top ^
2015 Oct.6 Judge strikes down San Francisco eviction law May.14 Hip-hop artists filing lawsuit against SFPD 2014 Dec.14 $3M settlement over dead woman in S.F. General stairwell May.12 S.F. sues family that operates residential hotels



SF City Hall, Business Retail Timeline ... See Bay Area Retail timeline, World Retail timeline Top ^
2014 Feb.7  Apple gets approvals for Union Square store 2009 May.19 New fee tacked onto price of cigarette
2007 Mar.27 S.F. Board Bans Plastic Grocery Bags  Board of Supervisors devoted time to improving the planet Mar.8 Proposed Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Delayed Jan.18 City Claim Grocers Broke Plastic Bag Deal 2005 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



SF City Hall, Business Maritime Timeline ... See Bay Area Maritime timeline, World Maritime timeline Top ^
2015 Aug.7 Embattled S.F. port Commissioner Mel Murphy resigns




SF City Hall, Business Tourism Timeline ... See Bay Area Tourism timeline, World Tourism timeline Top ^
2014 Mar.10  Plan would triple cost of riding S.F.'s historic streetcars



SF City Hall, Business Public Transportation Timeline ... See Bay Area Public Transportation timeline, World Public Transportation timeline Top ^
2014 Mar.6  S.F. considers regulating private ride services Feb.16  Municipal Transportation Agency rolls out budget Jan.21 Agency OKs tech-bus rules, but not everyone's on board  SF Municipal Transportation Agency board voted to impose fees and restrictions on Google buses and other corporate commuter shuttles 2011 May.17 SF officials approve taxi fare increase
2009 May.27 Muni Fare Hikes, Service Cuts In July Apr.8 Muni considering budget cuts 2003 Jan.19 City outlaws Segway scooter  The Board of Supervisors rejected the two-wheel Segway Human Transporter on city sidewalks



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2016 Oct.29 Inspectors allowed Millennium Tower as they denied similar project
2014 Mar.17  Rem Koolhaas picked to design S.F. residential tower Jan.16  Sharp Park Golf Course project to move ahead



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2014 Feb.12 French President Hollande meeting with city officials and tech kingpins
  President Francois Hollande is offering his government's support to French entrepreneurs seeking to gain a foothold in Silicon Valley




SF City Hall, Business Real Estate Timeline ... See Bay Area Real Estate timeline, World Real Estate timeline Top ^
2015 Nov.3 Prop. F: Measure to restrict Airbnb rentals losing by wide margin
  San Francisco voters are poised to hand a decisive victory to Airbnb and city residents who want to turn their homes into vacation rentals
2014 Mar.2  S.F. wins spot in new federal public housing program Feb.3  Campos proposal aims to help evicted stay in S.F. 2011 May.25 Parkmerced transformation wins approval. 94132 2010 Aug.1 Giant Redevelopment Project Approved  The Board of Sups approved a project to turn the abandoned Hunters Point Naval Shipyard into a 700-acre residential and commercial center 2006 Aug.11 Mayor Approves Affordable Housing Law



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2014 Jul.7 Pinterest-headquarter deal in Design District tabled
. South of Market 2011 Feb.8 Lee hope to keep Twitter HQ in SF  SF mayor and two supervisors announced what they hope will be a deal to keep Twitter from leaving the city and entice new businesses to move... 2008 Feb.26 Academy of Art saving Flower Mart



SF City Hall, Business Macroeconomics Timeline ... See Bay Area Macroeconomics timeline, World Macroeconomics timeline Top ^
2014 Jun.11 Mayor introduces plan to reach $15 hourly minimum wage in 4 years




SF City Hall, Business Entertainment Timeline ... See Bay Area Entertainment timeline, World Entertainment timeline Top ^
2014 May.4 SF mayor makes push for George Lucas museum




SF City Hall, Business Energy Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Energy Business timeline, World Energy Business timeline Top ^
2010 Jun.21 City public power plan hits snag  The Public Utilities Commission was negotiating a contract with Power Choice LLC. The commission will recommend seeking new bids 2009 May.15 SF to install 25K solar panels
2001 Nov.11 Public power measures defeated  After 5 days of waiting, measure F lost by 533 votes, measure I lost by 4,361 votes