Stories about Evictions

15 tenants face unusual eviction in Bayview

City crackdown on illegal units could cost vulnerable veterans their homes

Supes pass anti-eviction bill — but vote 6-5 against a key enforcement measure

OMI bill passes -- but moderate majority rejects a key element that tenants wanted

Perspectives: How is San Francisco dealing with owner-move-in evictions?

The legislation will come to the Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday.

The Agenda: Supes to vote on stopping illegal evictions

A strong bill and a weaker one compete for six votes, with thousands of homes in the balance

Almost half of OMI evictors failed to follow city rules

Tenants Union survey shows widespread disregard for existing law as supes prepare to vote on changes

Tenants protest Farrell’s move to block effective anti-eviction bill

Only one of two competing bills on owner move-in evictions gets a hearing. It's by far the less effective one

The Agenda: SF is losing affordable housing almost as fast as we can build it

Planning Dept. report shows that evictions are erasing about 70 percent of the city's affordable housing gains

How to prevent fraudulent owner move-in evictions

Tenant groups call on supes to enact much stronger rules against common eviction scam

Dramatic new study questions transit-oriented development

UC Berkeley scholars say market-rate infill housing can cause displacement and undermine the goal of reducing car use

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

... and finally, a crackdown on Owner Move-In evictions. We look at the week ahead