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Tuesday, January 25, 2022

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Tagged with: Housing

Are ADUs affordable housing?

The NYT says yes—but even the Chron agrees that the data shows these units are not a very effective way to address the housing crisis.

Community leaders reflect on three key Bay Area MLK speeches—and envision his dreams for 2022

Voting rights, economic opportunity, education, social justice—so much remains to be done.

The only community garden in Daly City could become market-rate housing

School district wants to develop a site that is a rare oasis of green in an 'impervious concrete jungle.'

The Catch-22 at the heart of the Yimby doctrine shows up in Berkeley

Blame cities for the market-driven crisis, then enshrine the market imperative in law.

The cost of continued growth in SF: $20 billion for affordable housing

Finally, a city study looks as the price tag for the pro-development policies of the past.

Don’t blame progressives for problems like homelessness, drugs, and crime

Neoliberal mayors and their failed market-based policies have created the crisis that the left is now trying to solve.

Broadway developer ignores Chinese-speaking residents of adjacent SRO

Luxury condo project would literally surround low-income housing with major impacts, but nobody talked to the residents.

The facts behind the developer propaganda on Soma housing project

The supes vote wasn't anti-housing; there's a great housing deal on the table that the developer has rejected.

Supes pass key affordable housing bill with a veto-proof majority

Vote demonstrates a clear mandate that the Mayor's Office use Prop. I money for social housing.

Memo to SF supes: On affordable housing, don’t be Joe Manchin

Approving money for social housing is a clear mandate—and the opposition talking points are the same old tired nonsense we have heard before.