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SAN FRANCISCO – The city by the bay has steadily lost its some ambiance over the past decades, particularly due to the high-priced housing market, an increase in the homeless population, and an abundance of drugs, particularly heroin, flooding the streets. In searching for answers, the notoriously liberal city has looked even further left in its new District Attorney-elect Chesa Boudin.
Hertz, partner to pay San Francisco $3.65 million to settle city's suit regarding Golden Gate Bridge tolls
SAN FRANCISCO – Auto rental company Hertz Corp. and its business partner recently agreed to pay $3.65 million to San Francisco to settle a city lawsuit that alleged Hertz assessed "steep, hidden fees to unwitting rental car customers who crossed the Golden Gate Bridge," City Attorney Dennis Herrera said in a press release.
San Francisco City Attorney says alleged nepotism over $1.2M cybersecurity contract will not be tolerated
Two Department of Public Health employees have been accused of directing a $1.2 million contract toward family members.