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Dramatic new study questions transit-oriented development

The supes decided today to once again delay a decision on the 117-unit luxury condo project at 2675 Folsom, as the developer and community...

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...

Most SF residents who get evicted earn less than $50K a year

Sup. London Breed’s plan for affordable housing in the Western Addition got continued until May today, but not before some community activists made a...

The only two ways out of the eviction crisis

We are all talking this week about the eviction of seniors, about how San Francisco has become such a hostile place for long-time residents....

She wanted to go home

  she wanted the memories they stole from her the landlords and their high priced lawyers the judge who declared the theft legal the sheriff who was only...

Landlord seizes 100-year-old woman’s possessions

Iris Canada, the 100-year-old woman who was just evicted from her Page Street home, was back in the hospital Tuesday night when a team...

Sheriff evicts 100-year-old

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Office quietly showed up at the home of Iris Canada this morning at around 11:30 and changed the locks. Canada,...

Can burned-out SRO housing units be saved?

This is what we all feared after the huge fire on 29th and Mission. A building with a (great) taco place, and a greatly missed...

Who wants to evict a 100-year-old?

Peter Owens feels hurt. That’s what he said in the courtroom to Tommi Avicolli Mecca, a tenant-rights activist. Mecca has spent months fighting for...

Mayor cuts homeless prevention money; hundreds at risk

  Eduardo Pubill once shared a beer with Ringo Starr. He’s been a New York theater stagehand, a chef, a merchant seaman, and a cook...