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Tagged with: Land Use

Why it makes sense for stakeholders to sue the city for failing its affordable housing goals

The Housing Element numbers are really funky and don't make sense—and under Breed's Administration, there may be no other option.

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.

Planning Department has ambitious housing goals; Mayor’s Office stands in the way

Hearing shows huge disconnect between lofty goals and the ability of the city to implement them.

Supes to consider housing farce—and start on the mayor’s budget

Everybody knows the Housing Element won't work, but it's going to be approved anyway. Maybe at least someone will ask some questions.

SFPD has the worst record in the state on ‘pretext stops’ of Black and API people

Plus: Was the Killer Robot vote even legal? That's The Agenda for Dec. 5-12 2022

The greedy landlords who want to undermine the future of City College

Plus: Saving low-income housing in the Western Addition, fighting toxics at Hunters Point, and can we stop algae blooms in the Bay? That's The Agenda for Oct. 17-24

Mayor’s Office defies law on requiring maximum affordable housing

Hearing shows that Breed is willing to ignore legislation she wrote to give developers more benefits.

Should gas stations be housing?

It's not as simple as it sounds. Plus: final City Charter amendments for the fall election. That's The Agenda for July 11-17

Will the city’s Climate Plan ever happen? Plus: Election Day, tech-worker dorms …

... and shelter politics, the cost of cops, and an embarrassing NYT story. That's The Agenda for June 6-13.

The price of Ellis Act speculation, and how SF can help tenants survive it

Plus: How is the city going to meet its state-mandate affordable housing goals? That's The Agenda for May 16-22