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Tagged with: City Planning

Why does the state never ‘warn’ SF that it’s not building enough affordable housing?

That's the real question that came up at a supes meeting this week.

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.

Ode to Uptown: RIP, feisty bar for punks and lefties

The legendary almost-40-year-old bar went out with tipsy adieus, sidewalk fiddlers, and a reminder of ongoing Mission gentrification.

What all this talk about giving the mayor more power really means

It's all about giving Big Money more ability to control San Francisco. That has always been a disaster.

How will the cops explain all the arrests at the Dolores hill bomb skateboard event?

Plus: A big step toward a public bank and some good and bad housing stories ... that 's The Agenda for July 16-23

What Wiener wrought: Demolition and oversized housing meeting no need

Castro project too tall, too expensive, no family housing, probably corporate rentals—but the city has to approve it anyway.

Wiener, the Yimbys, and the 50-story tower

An ambitious politician is backing away from the Yimby position in the face of a project that is going to be deeply unpopular.

Housing for ‘families’ or corporate rentals?

Planning Commission approves the conversion of units that were supposed to help the housing crisis into very expensive places for short-term use.