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Tagged with: City Planning

Two crucial issues, housing and downtown, will come before the supes this week

Plus: what does 'a city that works' really mean? That's The Agenda for Nov. 13-20

Breed’s messaging undermines her own goals, including a critical Muni tax measure

Plus: Limits on cops' military hardware, long delays in Ethics audits, and a farce of a Housing Plan gets a hearing. That's The Agenda for Oct. 30-Nov. 6

How independent are Breed’s commissioners? Apparently not very.

Plus: The Planning Department is talking about 'equity;' what does that mean? That's The Agenda for Sept. 25-Oct. 2

Police racism, police violence, a hiatus on the Amazon tax ….

... and gee, they are so nice in Sacramento. Guess that's why the landlord lobby keeps on winning.

Equity study for luxury housing didn’t delay a single unit by a single day

City Planning Department documents confirm that Preston efforts to prevent displacement never limited any new housing (despite what the Chron says).

Evictions, displacement and a discretionary review on the edge of Chinatown

Plus: Will there be real civilian oversight of the Sheriff's Office? That's The Agenda for Aug. 21-28

Major housing policy changes happening—but will they work?

Upzoning, a budget deal, competing visions of affordable housing—and a bit of reality about the current market.

SF needs $19 billion to meet state affordable housing goals—and Breed has no plan

Mayor's Office has no clue where to find the money, and won't even spend the existing Prop. I windfall right now. It's 'unbelievable.'

Supply sophistry: How academics miss the point on the cost of urban housing

There is still no good evidence that upzoning leads to more affordability—in New York or in San Francisco.

Another tech-worker dorm, this time in the Castro. Will the supes go along?

The new scam in real-estate development moves to 18th Street, with an appeal Tuesday/15. That's The Agenda for March 13-20