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Crack down on homeless people—or prevent people from becoming homeless?

Two very different approaches to housing policy were under discussion this week.

UC Regents set conditions on massive new development project

After misinformation and criticism, board approves next steps on Parnassus Heights campus plan -- but this is just the beginning.

A new housing ‘compact’ looks a lot like a developer’s dream

With State Sen. Scott Wiener’s new housing bill now pending, a group convened by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission has released a draft plan to...

OPINION: Alarming housing bill heading for approval

Senate Bill 35, heading to Assemblymember David Chiu’s Housing and Community Development Committee Wednesday/12, is a potentially serious threat to California’s most vulnerable urban...

Safai-Breed housing bill: A $60 million giveaway

Developers in San Francisco could stand to pick up an additional $60 million in profits under an affordable housing proposal by Sups. London Breed...

The SF election: What happened?

 The 2016 election may well be a turning point in our national and local politics. The problem is that it’s unclear what direction the...

Terrible housing bill slowed down — for now

California came within days of adopting a law that would have taken away the right of the public to have a hearing about major...

The Agenda, April 25-May 1: Lots of housing data …

It’s going to be a week full of housing data, which is a good thing since so much of the information the national news...

SF finally cracks down on illegal offices

Zoning decision on Soma building sends a message that developers can't just turn industrial space into offices By Zelda Bronstein SEPTEMBER 8, 2015 -- San Francisco’s...

Displacement policy at risk in quiet power struggle

Two regional agencies battling over the future of Bay Area planning -- with social justice in the balance By Zelda Bronstein JULY 21, 2015 --At a...