Richard Knee

  • Blogs

    June 25, 2012

    S.F. Sunshine Committee Strife

    There are four vacant seats on the city's Sunshine Ordinance Task Force. Contenders have been lining up, but there seems to be plenty of strife to go around when it comes to the governing body that's supposed to promote transparency and accountability in our local government.According to Richard Kne ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 15, 2012

    Bay Citizen Newsletter Shut Down By Spamming Complaint

    ​More than 20,000 Bay Citizen readers didn't receive their daily newsletters this morning. An irate reader's e-mail complaint that the online newspaper was sending him unwanted pleas for his money led its internet service provider to shut the Bay Citizen down as a suspected spammer.That irate read ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 15, 2009

    Chris Daly Runs Afoul of Sunshine Ordinance Task Force -- Without Any Profanity Being Involved

    This time, nobody's complaining about Chris Daly's language. ​You may love Chris Daly or hate him -- and there seem to be very few city denizens who are indifferent to the District 6 supervisor. But you can't deny that he has occasionally directed language toward the public during government meeti ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 1, 2009

    Turns Out City *Was* Officially Lobbying at State Level for More Government Secrecy -- Yes, Again

    Smile! ​Yesterday we reported that San Francisco was listed as a "supporter" of an Assembly bill that would, among other things, curtail public access to government data. At the time, we weren't sure exactly what being a "supporter" entailed, but now we are. Paid city lobbyist Steven Wallauch pen ... More >>

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