When it comes to restaurants, skyline, culture and, apparently, political corruption, Silicon Valley can’t compete with San Francisco. Senator Leland Yee’s House of Cards came tumbling down for…Gun running, really? In Silicon Valley, it was some meals, golfing, gambling, and stamps but in San Francisco it was automatic weapons, murder for hire, extortion, drugs, gang hits…you name it! That damn SF.
To read excerpts of the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation not Fetch Bureau of Investigation) affidavit go here.
For an international take on Yee’s arms for campaign cash catastrophe go here. Well, it’s a Canadian news story so international is a stretch.
Senator Jerry Hill is still on a policy tear from the last senate scandal. His latest idea is to require nonprofit groups that pay for legislators to take trips to “conferences” to disclose their donors.
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors overturned a planning commission decision that would have allowed a meditation center near Woodside to be converted into a rehab facility.
Facebook bought a virtual reality company yesterday and the company’s stock promptly took a nosedive.
Half Moon Bay’s City Council has decided to use a $1.6 million tax windfall to fund 22 projects including renovating facilities and fixing roads.