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SF needs $19 billion to meet state affordable housing goals—and Breed has no plan

Mayor's Office has no clue where to find the money, and won't even spend the existing Prop. I windfall right now. It's 'unbelievable.'

Breed on affordable housing, places for homeless transitional youth …

... plus community policing and a creative approach to abortion rights in right-wing states. That's The Agenda for May 8-15.

City report shows that upzoning neighborhoods won’t create more affordable housing

In fact, eliminating single-family zoning won't create much new housing at all.

Supply sophistry: How academics miss the point on the cost of urban housing

There is still no good evidence that upzoning leads to more affordability—in New York or in San Francisco.

The new supes districts: How you can weigh in

Plus: The future of Amazon's SF distribution center—and why Newsom is all wrong about the state's surplus and gas prices. That's The Agenda for March 21-27

Bogus group-housing plan approved—sort of

In a sign of how messed up state law has become, Supes allow five-unit building that developer says is too small.

Another tech-worker dorm, this time in the Castro. Will the supes go along?

The new scam in real-estate development moves to 18th Street, with an appeal Tuesday/15. That's The Agenda for March 13-20

Demolitions, speculation—and maybe not that much new housing anyway

Remarkable honesty at a supes hearing shows the actual impact of ending single-family zoning in San Francisco.

Does the end of single-family zoning mean the beginning of demolitions?

A measure that would profoundly change neighborhood zoning in SF could lead to a lot of existing housing getting torn down. That's The Agenda for March 7-13

The hits keep coming: Haney backers go after Campos, Mahmood

Big money pays as (utterly false) dirt flies in the Feb. 15 election—but is it too late to make a difference?