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Can you balance San Francisco's budget?

The City launched the San Francisco Budget Challenge – an online tool that allows the public to look at budget-saving options at City Hall. The website provides San Franciscans with an interactive look into the City’s budget. Read More



San Francisco Taxi Cab Rates Go Up – (Bad) Service Remains the Same

Did you know that there hasn’t been a cab fare increase in San Francisco since 2003? Yet the cost of living, gas and credit card charges have all gone up. Even more taxi fare increases may come in June. Read more


The Reset San Francisco Poll is Back!

Some Reset posters have weighed in on important issues in the city – like supporting the idea of limited carts to activate the public space, make the parks safer and create new revenue for our cash-strapped parks. And on this debate, the 1720 respondents to our poll overwhelmingly agree – don’t stop the effort to put private food carts in public parks. Read More


Phil Ting Speaks at the Save GoSolar Rally

Last Thursday, Phil Ting, Sierra Club and hardworking San Franciscans united outside of City Hall in support of GoSolarSF. Sign the petition and watch the video.


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