Originally published as part of the League of Women Voters newsletter by Allyson Washburn In an earlier article in the newsletter, I presented a brief history of San Francisco’s Sunshine Ordinance and the Sunshine Ordinance Task Force (TF), an eleven-member… Continue Reading →
Originally published in the Westside Observer here By Richard Knee Activists aim to get on this November’s local ballot a package of sunshine-law amendments that would, among other things, increase the independence and effectiveness of the city’s 11-member open-government watchdog… Continue Reading →
Originally published in the Westside Observer here in December 2011 by Hope Johnson Lurking in the darkest corners of San Francisco’s Parkmerced Development Agreement is the question of enforceability of the agreement’s rent control provision. The elusive answer remains shadowed… Continue Reading →
Big government isn’t the problem. Secret government is the problem.
Originally published in the League of Women Voters newsletter by Allyson Washburn This is the first of a series of articles about the Sunshine Ordinance and the work of the Sunshine Ordinance Task Force, the commission established to, among other… Continue Reading →
San Franciscans for Sunshine initial Press Release: May 23, 2016 – Press Release
We are pleased to launch our new website! Browse around for information on the Sunshine Ordinance and the work of San Franciscans for Sunshine.