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On San Francisco

By San Francisco Chronicle columnist Heather Knight


From the back rooms of City Hall to the crowded and chaotic streets of downtown, the On San Francisco podcast is there, providing insight into the biggest news stories and most pressing issues facing one of the most-interesting cities in the world. Chronicle columnist Heather Knight hosts the podcast, with regular appearances from The San Francisco Chronicle’s City Hall team – Rachel Swan and Dominic Fracassa. They’ll ask the tough questions of our city’s leaders to find out what’s going right and what needs to change to make life better for everyone who lives and works in the city.
12 episodes
since Mar, 2018


San Francisco's homeless problem, explained

San Francisco Chronicle columnist Heather Knight talks with Jeff Kositsky, director of the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing, about why the city’s homeless problem doesn’t seem to get much better despite city officials spending more than $300 million a year to solve it. Hint: For every 50 people moved off the streets, 150 take their place.
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