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Top SF news: Flower market to displace 395 housing units; Twitter to shift hiring outside SF; more

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EPA appoints former PG&E attorney to head regional office in San Francisco 

John Busterud, who worked for PG&E for 30 years, replaces Mike Stoker, fired by the Trump administration last week.

Read the full story on KQED.

Iranian-Canadian artist denied entry to US for San Francisco performance 

Shirin Fahimi, who holds a Canadian passport, was detained and questioned at the Toronto airport by U.S. officials before being denied entry.

Read the full story on KQED.

New flower mart to rise in Potrero instead of 395 units of housing

The six-year-old battle over the San Francisco Flower Mart appears close to a resolution today, however it looks like it's happening at the expense of a lot of housing, which is a damn shame.

Read the full story on SFist.

Second cracked window in need of repair at San Francisco’s Millennium Tower

If you look closely, you can see the faint line of the long, slightly curved vertical crack on a pane of glass located on the 6th floor of the Millenium Tower in San Francisco.

Read the full story on KRON 4 News.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says 'concentration in San Francisco is not serving us any longer'

In an earnings call last week, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said that the company's "concentration in San Francisco is not serving us any longer," according to Business Insider. Therefore, Twitter plans to begin focusing on hiring remote workers outside of the Bay Area.

Read the full story on SFGate.

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