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How independent are Breed’s commissioners? Apparently not very.

Plus: The Planning Department is talking about 'equity;' what does that mean? That's The Agenda for Sept. 25-Oct. 2

The state agency enforcing housing rules doesn’t care about affordable housing

The people who build the badly needed projects call on Sacramento to work with them to make the RHNA goals possible. Newsom's administration hasn't even responded.

Full board to consider police spy cameras

Plus: Mayor's mystery Planning Commission nominee finally has a hearing. That's The Agenda for Sept. 18-25.

Planning Commission wants more clarity on building where Chinese immigrants evicted

Panel refuses to approve minutes that lack direct accountability for department and property owners

Police racism, police violence, a hiatus on the Amazon tax ….

... and gee, they are so nice in Sacramento. Guess that's why the landlord lobby keeps on winning.

Equity study for luxury housing didn’t delay a single unit by a single day

City Planning Department documents confirm that Preston efforts to prevent displacement never limited any new housing (despite what the Chron says).

Again, the Chron misses the (critical) point on housing

Zoning rules aren't stopping construction, period. It's all about capital and finance—so blaming affordable housing activists is wrong.

Building where 11 Chinese immigrants were evicted gets held to scrutiny

Planning Commission votes 4-1 to demand changes—and to keep track of the future use to prevent the place from getting flipped.

Evictions, displacement and a discretionary review on the edge of Chinatown

Plus: Will there be real civilian oversight of the Sheriff's Office? That's The Agenda for Aug. 21-28

Newsom wants to investigate SF’s housing crisis. Here’s where he could start.

A state review might want to evaluate the failures of the market and the lack of funding for affordable housing. Anyone think that will happen?