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The Agenda, 5/22-5/29: The affordable housing debate isn’t over

Sups. Jane Kim and Aaron Peskin have cut a deal on affordable housing, creating a “consensus” measure that lowers current inclusionary levels from a...

The Agenda, May 15-21: Who can afford ‘affordable’ housing?

Two competing affordable housing bills – and another bill that could override both of them to give developers more density – are headed for...

The Agenda, May 8-14, 2017: Police Commission battle delayed …

The  move to replace Police Commissioner Petra DeJesus with a woman who might not even live in the city (and faces some other serious...

The Agenda: May Day!

Are you going to work Monday/1? In a lot of the world, International Workers Day is a holiday, but not in the US. This year,...

The Agenda, April 17-24: Planners and developers, Free City College ….

The San Francisco Planning Department has never really been about planning; in the 35 years I’ve been in San Francisco, it’s been driven by...

The Agenda, April 10-16: How much affordable housing should developers pay for?

The plan to allow developers to pay less for affordable housing in the Divisadero Street Corridor is back at the Board of Supes Land...

The Agenda: Why teachers can’t find housing

There has been much talk of late about teacher housing, and that’s all good: If teachers can’t live in San Francisco, we have a...

The Agenda, March 20-26: Breed’s oddly conservative attack on income taxes

So now we know for sure what Donald Trump and the Republicans have in mind for their first budget:  Cut everything that is good...

The Agenda, March 13-19: The next big housing battle

Two competing plans for affordable housing come before the Planning Commission Thursday/16, and they reflect the new politics of the Board of Supes and...

The Agenda, March 6-12: The next front in the anti-Trump resistance

The looming train wreck that is the San Francisco budget will start to take shape this week when the supes Budget and Finance Committee...