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Sharks donate $30k for special needs hockey

The San Jose Sharks hockey team made a $30,000 donation to help a Peninsula high school's special needs hockey...

Fairfield police collect toys for needy kids

Police in Fairfield collected 1,168 toys this year during their second annual Toys for Tots challenge.

Oakland minimum wage set to rise on Sunday

Oakland's minimum wage is set to rise 31 cents starting Sunday.

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  1. Will the SFMTA follow the City’s Controller’s suggestions and deal with the personnel problems that are at the root of the slow and missing service riders have been complaining about for years before sinking more taxpayers dollars into more expensive, disruptive street projects like the $350 million Geary BRT plan? Will the Supervisors consider delaying the decision to approve the most expensive solution until trying the cheaper sensible one first? Details on the citizens cheaper approach: http://www.sfsensibletransit.org/

    Solving personnel problems should be the first step they take. Can they follow the Controller’s advice and do the right thing for once? Can the SFMTA serve the needs of the public and save the city from
    further debt and traffic disruptions? Stay tuned…