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Tagged with: Homelessness

New board committees show little dramatic change—and some potential

Conservatives take over one panel, but progressives still control budget and land use—and a new committee on homelessness could take on a big role.

Sweeping in the rain

From SoMa to Wood Street Commons, the unhoused suffer as the brutal sweeps continue

San Francisco continues homeless sweeps, during storm, defying a federal court order

New legal filing shows how cops continue to roust the unhoused even when the city can't offer any safe and secure shelter.

SF plans for the next storm—but what about the one after that?

Breed blames forecasters—and city offers only 170 new shelter beds for thousands of unhoused people.

My sister and I live at the Oasis Family Shelter. The owners should sell it to the city — not close it down.

IT's making a huge difference in family lives. Losing this site would be a terrible failure.

Lawsuit challenges SF’s homeless policies and seeks to stop sweeps

Data shows how the city repeatedly violates its own policies and federal Constitutional rights.

The big debates: Changing the mayoral election date, a homeless oversight commission …

The Board of Supes has two more meetings to finalize the fall ballot, and while some measures are clearly going to be approved, at...

Mayor drags feet on alternatives to calling cops on homeless people

It's been a year since the supes funded Compassionate Alternative Response Teams. It will be another six months before it happens.

Profound change in SF elections takes a step forward

Measure would move the race for mayor to a presidential year, with much higher turnout.

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

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