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Tagged with: Homelessness

Homeless numbers are declining—despite what the Breed Administration has done

Progressive initiatives, opposed by the mayor, seem to be working.

Crack down on homeless people—or prevent people from becoming homeless?

Two very different approaches to housing policy were under discussion this week.

Breed on affordable housing, places for homeless transitional youth …

... plus community policing and a creative approach to abortion rights in right-wing states. That's The Agenda for May 8-15.

Mandelman’s shelter expansion plan isn’t a long-term solution to homelessness

It would just take funds away from permanent housing—and allow even more sweeps.

The new supes districts: How you can weigh in

Plus: The future of Amazon's SF distribution center—and why Newsom is all wrong about the state's surplus and gas prices. That's The Agenda for March 21-27

SF to close four more SIP hotels, putting hundreds of unhoused at risk

The feds are still paying, so why the rush to put people on the streets or in congregate shelters?

Flush with significance: Why reopening a BART bathroom is a very big deal

Surveillance state overreach, homophobia, anti-homeless hysteria—sometimes a toilet isn't just a toilet.

Why SF needs to implement the homeless CART team—now

A community-based alternative response for homeless people —instead of the cops—is an inexpensive and better idea than the mayor's Tenderloin plan.

Breed’s office denies reality in hearing on Tenderloin state of emergency

There's not much available housing. There's not enough medical care. And the mayor's staff denies that the city even does homeless sweeps. Oh: But the cops are making more busts.

Supes approve mayor’s emergency declaration for Tenderloin

Breed didn't show up. Her staff contradicted her public statements. There is no real plan. But the board approved it anyway.