Stories about SB 35
It's hard to campaign to be a neighborhood supervisor when you attack neighborhoods.
Transit agency members support upzoning -- despite growing community opposition
His next round of housing bills force cities to accept growth and displacement—without giving them the money or tools to mitigate it
State treasurer won't commit to repealing the Ellis Act or Costa-Hawkins, won't promise to support split-role property taxes, and wants to be the progressive who can 'balance a check book.'
Growth machine continues its attack on anything that stands in the way of more market-rate housing
Democrats in Sacramento guarantee that real-estate interests will trump affordability
Recent deals at Board of Supes show that the city gets more affordable housing and more mitigation when the community has a role in the process -- exactly what Sen. Wiener wants to eliminate
.... The Agenda for Sept. 4-11
... The Agenda for Sept. 4 - 11
Nice civil discussion on the surface -- and some nastiness behind the scenes
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