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A CleanPowerSF Official Has Some Alleged Dirty Dealings

Last year, SF Weekly reported that multiple nonprofits complained to the mayor's office that a PUC official warned against publicly questioning the CleanPowerSF program — if those nonprofits valued their PUC funding. Then, earlier this year, the Chronicle reported that…
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News, The Snitch Occupy SF: Protesters Still Camped Out, No Signs of Police Raid

Occupy SF: Protesters Still Camped Out, No Signs of Police Raid

The only thing that raided the Occupy SF camp last night were rumors of a imminent police raid. This morning, Justin Herman Plaza reportedly looks the same as any other day since the protesters started squatting there -- only perhaps…
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News, The Snitch Occupy SF Prepares for Police Raid Tonight

Occupy SF Prepares for Police Raid Tonight

Update (5:45 p.m.): Department of Health officials led reporters through the encampment this evening as they inspected the area for violations. SF Weekly's Lauren Smiley says that Barbara Garcia, the director of the city's Health  Department, claims the toilets are…
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News, The Snitch Ed Lee Won't Campaign for Mayor "At This Time"

Ed Lee Won't Campaign for Mayor "At This Time"

Yesterday we told you how the Los Angeles Times just figured out that Mayor Ed Lee doesn't want to run for mayor. The newspaper printed the tired quote from his spokeswoman Christine Falvey: "He wants his old job back as…
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News, The Snitch Mayor Ed Lee ... for Mayor

Mayor Ed Lee ... for Mayor

As SF Weekly told you this morning, the notion of Mayor Ed Lee jumping in the race for mayor is becoming a reality. While he was selected as interim mayor earlier this year based solely on the fact that he…
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News, The Snitch DPW Crew Caught Shopping, Applying Makeup While Parked in Bus Zone

DPW Crew Caught Shopping, Applying Makeup While Parked in Bus Zone

It turns out, regardless of who you work for, there are only three good reasons to park in a bus zone: You're a bus; there's an emergency going on; or you're a scofflaw. Sadly, it appears a Department of Public…
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News, The Snitch What a Difference a Flood Makes -- City's Sandbag Giveaway Going Gangbusters

What a Difference a Flood Makes -- City's Sandbag Giveaway Going Gangbusters

Money found is sweeter than money earned. True that -- people love to be given things. And yet, last month, when the city offered to give away up to 300 pounds worth of sandbags to any San Franciscan worried about…
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News, The Snitch Sandbags! Sandbags Here! Will *Anyone* Take City's Free Sandbags This Time 'Round?

Sandbags! Sandbags Here! Will *Anyone* Take City's Free Sandbags This Time 'Round?

Having witnessed grown men all but strip each other's clothes off in pursuit of a $3 baseball or complimentary T-shirt at a Major League game, we've learned that people love to be given things and will fight for them --…
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News, Sucka Free City Art Vandals

Art Vandals

Four months ago, a group of young graffiti artists approached a small Inner Sunset produce market and offered to paint a mural on the outer wall of the store, facing Irving Street. They said they would do the whole thing…
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Chuck & Run

By most standards, a ZIP code with a lot of 25- to 50-year-olds who pull down $75,000 or more a year would qualify as a decent place to live. Except for one problem: Every weekend, The Examiner delivers 200,000 copies…
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