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Tagged with: Development

Landlords seek to evict longtime housing activists

Family with many residential properties claims need for an owner move-in; community organizes to fight back.

Plan Bay Area 2050 is a recipe for displacement of vulnerable communities

The document needs major changes if it has any hope of promoting social equity.

Tenderloin project shows serious loopholes in SF planning rules

Developer can double the number of units, change the use—and present no financial data—and planners say it's still the same project.

Sorting out the upcoming election madness

Plus: Private electric-car charging in neighborhood curbsides? And a key vote on housing in the Tenderloin. That's The Agenda for Sept. 27-Oct. 4

50 years ago, San Bruno Mountain was almost cut in half

Remembering a successful community campaign to save the local environment—as climate challenges loom.

Will SF’s ambitious Climate Action plan ever actually happen?

Implementing the program will cost money and involve tough decisions. Is City Hall up to it?

Berkeley director meets Icelandic elves in ‘The Seer and the Unseen’

Sara Dosa talks about filming a unique intersection of mystical beings and environmental activism.

Screen Grabs: An intimate appointment with Dr. Fauci

Plus: Political intrigue and dark thrillers from Argentina, Romania, and Colombia. This week's new movies!

A tech-worker dorm in the Tenderloin? Or the end of the Yimby narrative?

Christian Science Church had an approved project—but the developer says family housing doesn't make enough money it's asking for tech dorms instead. That's The Agenda for Sept 7-13

The future of Mission Bay

There's still a lot to do to turn this former redevelopment area into a real community, a new survey shows.