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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

Modernization Work on SF Schools Continuing This Summer

Modernization Work on SF Schools Continuing This Summer
Modernization work at San Francisco Unified School District sites covered by the Project Labor Agreement between the Building Trades and School District is progressing on schedule this summer. ... MORE

Oceanwide Center Skyscrapers Approved

Oceanwide Center Skyscrapers Approved
The San Francisco Planning Commission approved the new Oceanwide Center project at its May 5 meeting. Developer Foster + Partners plans to build two mixed-use towers at First and Mission ... MORE

Mulligan Named OLSE Director

Mulligan Named OLSE Director
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has appointed Patrick Mulligan Director of the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement. Mulligan is a five-term Financial Secretary for Carpenters Local 22 and ... 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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