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Friday, September 17, 2021

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Housing

Keep the SIP hotels open to save lives, demonstrators tell Mayor Breed

Sup. Haney says feds will probably keep paying—but in the end, the city needs to buy these hotels as permanent housing.

BIPOC residents of Mission Bay feel more welcome than in the rest of SF

In a new community with 30 percent affordable housing, displacement and gentrification aren't creating instability.

The future of Mission Bay

There's still a lot to do to turn this former redevelopment area into a real community, a new survey shows.

Bridge housing talks about community empowerment …

... and then supports two bad housing bills that do the exact opposite. And they want my money.

Medical professionals say that SIP hotel program is saving and changing lives

Data shows marked improvements in physical and mental health of formerly homeless—so why is SF shutting these hotels down?

Two major developer-driven housing bills head for Assembly floor

Newsom may soon be asked to sign deregulation measures—at a time when Wall Street is moving fast into the CA housing market.

City plans to close homeless hotels—so where will people go?

Information scarce on how, when—and whether—suitable relocations will take place.

Yimby housing bills are wildly unpopular in the state, a new poll shows

By 2-1, a cross-section of Californians oppose more market-rate housing as a solution to the crisis. It's a warning to Gavin Newsom.

Wiener supports giant project pushed through with no neighborhood input

At town hall, senators says that Yimbys 'are the best thing that's happened' and said he supports a massive Potrero Hill project that avoids Planning Commission approval.

Study: New housing for the rich leads to more evictions for the poor

Data from Madison Wisconsin could have implications for efforts to force more market-rate development into vulnerable SF neighborhoods.

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