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Labor Day Hero: Julie Su

Labor Day Hero: Julie Su
When Labor Commissioner Julie Su was first considered for the role back in 2011, she was hesitant at first, content in doing good work as the Litigation Director at the nonprofit Asian Pacific ... MORE

Flush with Opportunity

Flush with Opportunity
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) celebrated the signing of a Project Labor Agreement for the City’s Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP) on August 4 at a community ... MORE

Lennar Seeks Approval for Apartment Project in Mission

Lennar Seeks Approval for Apartment Project in Mission
Lennar Multifamily Communities, a subsidiary of housing developer Lennar Corporation, is seeking approval of a 157-unit apartment building with ground-floor commercial space proposed for South ... MORE

Height Increase Approved for 160 Folsom

Height Increase Approved for 160 Folsom
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a height increase for Tishman Speyer’s 160 Folsom condominium high-rise on April 19. The Board’s vote amends the Redevelopment Plan ... MORE

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"I was injured at work at my job as a union construction worker when a forklift driver drove over my foot. The forklift driver was working for a different employer than me. I still have a cast on but my Workers’ Compensation doctor says I can work light duty. My employer is making me work in the office. My foot still hurts and I feel like I should be at home recuperating. Do I have to work light duty? What should I do?"

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