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Tagged with: CEQA

The Yimbys think they rule—but there are some serious signs to the contrary

The case against the case against "The Case Against Yimbyism."

CEQA has nothing to do with SF downtown’s economic woes

And Scott Wiener's attack on the environmental law will only make things worse for vulnerable populations.

National magazine takes on the case against Yimby housing policies

Plus: Nurses demand answers to questions about UCSF takeover of St. Mary's and St. Francis Hospitals. That's The Agenda for March 17-24.

Opinion: The local Sierra Club is no longer an environmental leader

A takeover by conservatives has undermined the progressive authority of the group's local endorsements

SF cop fires gun out the window in Santa Rosa. Cops fail on internal affairs reviews

Sometimes, you just have to present these things without comment. The Police Commission will discuss Wednesday/21 the latest Firearms Discharge Review Board report, which...

The future of environmental review, from Sacramento Street to Ocean Beach

Plus: How can the Chron call for reform—then endorse candidates who oppose it? That's The Agenda for Feb. 4 to 11

Is this the end of CEQA as a tool to challenge housing projects that damage communities?

A dramatic change in the use of a longtime neighborhood and community planning process is about to happen; can the supes do anything about it?

Will all new housing development in SF be exempt from environmental review?

Plus: Yimby leader calls for rents to go higher. That's The Agenda for Jan. 22-28.

In ‘Portal,’ John King tells the strange and wondrous saga of the Ferry Building

Beloved landmark came with surprising amount of drama and alternate realities, vividly detailed in Chron critic's new book.

New laws seek to end private developer risk, burdening public instead

Why should cities and counties guarantee profits for builders and push the costs of growth onto the local taxpayers?