Former San Francisco Department of Public Works director Mohammed Nuru pleaded guilty to wire fraud in federal court on Thursday, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Nuru has been at the center of a federal investigation into public corruption at City Hall since he was arrested back in January 2020.
The latest twist in the DPW/public corruption/Mohammed Nuru scandal literally involves a knife. Ed Lee’s handpicked SF Public Works successor Mohammed Nuru has been arrested for alleged robbery and pulling a knife on someone Wednesday morning, according to KGO. The alleged incident occurred at the SF-Marin Food Bank facility in
Matt Gonzalez isn’t just a former president of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors, he’s also been the Chief Attorney in San Francisco’s Public Defenders Office, and more recently he has defended construction contractors in disputes with the city in private practice. In 2003 Gonzalez narrowly lost a mayoral race to
Hey San Francisco and Happy Valentine’s Day! I don’t know about you, but I saw more stories about pancakes than I did about the Super Bowl over the weekend. That’s because local chef Curtis Kimball hosted his second free pancake fest outside of his home in Bernal Heights on Saturday,
It’s important not to get complacent about the corruption, cronyism, lies, and federal crimes perpetrated by our local city government
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GUEST POST BY WESLEY WELLS We’re sitting through the San Francisco Board of Supervisors meetings and breaking them down for you so you don’t have to! Here’s the mini minutes for the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, August 18, 2020. Full minutes available right here. Video and transcript available right
We’re sitting through the San Francisco Board of Supervisors meetings and breaking them down for you so you don’t have to!
San Francisco is planning to remove 48 of those ficus trees you see above that stand along the sidewalks of 24th Street in the Mission District. After a nearly two-year fight among residents who either love the trees, or think their sprawling roots do too much damage to sidewalks and