“The clean taxi program shows that aggressive action is possible at the local level to make major reductions in carbon emissions,” said Mayor Newsom. “Today’s announcement reinforces our commitment to bringing these emissions to zero.” Read more
19 posts from March 2010
HireSF.org is a new initiative of the Workforce Development Division of the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD), to help San Francisco businesses find the most qualified local job seekers to fill their open positions. The site has been designed as a “Virtual One Stop” job matching system, so that employers can easily recruit from among the 46,900 San Francisco residents who are looking for work. Read more
The ASP is calculated as 15 percent of the Airport’s concession revenue each year and last year amounted to $26.8 million in payment to the General Fund as compensation for indirect services provided by the City to the Airport. The Airport estimates that the total of ASP payments through the life of the 10-year agreement could be as much as $330 million. Read more
“Throughout this week, San Francisco households will begin receiving the official 2010 Census questionnaire. It’s critical that all residents fill out this form fully and truthfully – our efforts to preserve core City services depends on it.
For every resident that accurately gets counted, San Francisco stands to gain about $4,000 in federal funding for roads, schools, hospitals and other critical services. This is our once-in-a-decade chance to ensure that every San Francisco resident is accurately counted. Read more