development fees to support city transit. according to "the examiner" supervisor aaron peskin has introduced legislation to increase fees paid by developers by $5.00 a square foot. it would apply to non-residential developments, mainly high-rises. the money would fund a $22 billion backlog on transportation projects. the proposal is winding its way through the board of supervisors this week. it's likely to meet opposition from business groups an developers. >>> if you placed an order for a tesla 3, there's good news. >> the wait to get certain versions of the car is now four to six months. that's according to the electric car blog "electric." the wait had been 12 to 18 months as tesla was dealing with severe delays. the company should reach 5,000 cars per week. that was its goal by july. >>> sears is closing it store at the solano town center in fairfield along with 39 other stores. the company already announced it would close 166 stores by the end of this year. the new ones added to the list will close this summer. sears has cut its store count in half within the last five years.