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News, The Snitch Leland Yee: Drivers Could Park Three Days for Free at the Cost of Nat Ford's Severance Package

Leland Yee: Drivers Could Park Three Days for Free at the Cost of Nat Ford's Severance Package

Last week, City Attorney Dennis Herrera took what seems to be the first real potshot at a fellow mayoral candidate when he publicly said that he has better things to do than fight with Rush Limbaugh and ban shark fin…
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News, The Snitch Nat Ford, Muni Chief, Leaves with a "Golden Parachute"

Nat Ford, Muni Chief, Leaves with a "Golden Parachute"

Muni drivers were already deflated after an arbitrator forced what they thought was an unsavory contract deal on the union, which included three years of pay freezes. But then hearing that their soon-to-be ex-boss would be getting a $384,000 severance…
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News, The Snitch Nat Ford, Muni Chief, Leaving -- Finally

Nat Ford, Muni Chief, Leaving -- Finally

Well, it's official, Muni CEO Nathaniel Ford -- the highest paid man in San Francisco -- announced he will be leaving the transit agency at the end of the month. Ford's departure was mutual between him and his boss --…
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News, The Snitch Muni Operators Forced to Accept a Contract They Don't Want

Muni Operators Forced to Accept a Contract They Don't Want

Last week, Muni operators sent a strong message to management when the union overwhelmingly rejected the contract proposal on the table, which would have, among other things, frozen their pay and revamped disciplinary process. But that message was fired right…
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