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Tagged with: District 5

Eviction-free SF: Advocates say that renters still have options

Know your rights—the moratorium is over but renters still have a lot of protections.

Opinion: The Great Highway shutdown fiasco

It's worse for the environment. It's infuriated residents. The city needs to rethink the highway closure—now, when a compromise is possible.

Dandelion Chocolate workers protest layoffs during union battle

As NLRB counts votes, nine union backers lose their jobs.

A ‘double celebration:’ Unionization moves forward at two local companies

Dandelion Chocolate workers hope to join Tartine Bakery workers, who just won a contested election for union representation.

Inside the SIP hotels saga

How activists and some supes forced the city to put homeless people in hotel rooms.

Supes to consider rent control for Midtown

Preston measure would give the largely African-American tenants the protections they lost in 2014.

Developer wants huge density bonus — should we know why?

Fascinating housing discussion last week at the Board of Supes. The issue involves a large site at Geary and Masonic that for years was...

SF heads toward eviction moratorium

Mayor London Breed said she will issue a directive to place a moratorium on evictions in the midst of the coronavirus at Tuesday’s Board...

Could SF take over thousands of rent-controlled apartments?

Supervisor Dean Preston is demanding that one of San Francisco’s biggest landlords, Veritas Investments, halt the sale of 76 buildings in the hope that...

Walton wants SF to get serious about reparations

Supervisor Shamann Walton announced Friday that he’s asking the city to develop a reparations plan for the Black community. “The effect of slavery still remains...