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Tagged with: Landlords

Where are all the vacant storefronts, and who are the owners?

And what about all the vacant apartments? New legislation might start to put some sunshine on the secrets of empty buildings.

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.

Landlords seek to evict longtime housing activists

Family with many residential properties claims need for an owner move-in; community organizes to fight back.

‘It’s always been there:’ Dolores Huerta speaks out on racism and Jim Crow

At 91, the co-founder of the United Farmworkers Union is still active and speaking out against voter suppression.

Study: New housing for the rich leads to more evictions for the poor

Data from Madison Wisconsin could have implications for efforts to force more market-rate development into vulnerable SF neighborhoods.

Low-income people in SF might actually get paid for jury duty

Plus: Landlords kill a transparency bill that would hold speculators accountable. That's today in Sacramento.

Two-thirds of needy SF tenants could get zero state or local rent relief

Supes hearing shows huge gap between the promises and the reality -- but the money is there if the mayor is willing to spend it.

Supes to vote on public bank plan

Plus: Exposing the ongoing PG&E scandal, and a hearing on rent relief -- that's The Agenda for June 13-20

Help is on the way — but many tenants don’t know about it

Phone bank seeks to find people eligible for rent relief who may not know it's available or how to apply. Here's how to join.

Giants honor Tom Ammiano as Honey Mahogany sings the national anthem

Plus: Hearings start on Breed's budget -- and why is the mayor making a controversy out of parklets when everyone pretty much agrees? That's The Agenda for June 6-13