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SF promised a lot of affordable housing—but community leaders say it won’t happen

New report has lots of 'creative' ideas, but there's nowhere near enough funding to meet the state mandated goals—and the Mayor's Office admits it.

Prop. C won’t produce much housing—but could cost the city a lot of money

It's probably worthless, city economist says—but if it works, it will cost millions.

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

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.

Pack the popcorn, Indiefest 2024 is adventure time for moviegoers

90 films rush onto screens Feb. 8-18, from 'Sisters' in Mexico and 'Tokyo Cowboy' to the 25th anniversary of 'Fight Club.'

Can SF even do basic fire safety without state bills getting in the way?

A basic, simple rule to protect lives faced a challenge because it might slow the production of more market-rate housing.

The hidden political history of SF’s 1906 earthquake and fire—and what it means today

Social class, race, and labor played a huge role in what happened—and how the city recovered.

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?

Tech leader wants supes to ‘die slow;’ where’s the mayor and the Chron?

Plus: Phil Ginsburg's yacht harbor, and zoning changes nobody knows how to pay for. That's The Agenda for Jan. 28 to Feb. 4

Wiener wants to allow more big development along the Ocean Beach coast

A very strange 'power grab' that makes no policy sense—unless you want Miami Beach in the Outer Sunset.