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Tagged with: Tenants

Recology files fake ‘reform’ petition

Company wants to undermine changes to its monopoly; 'even PG&E doesn't operate this way.'

Castro eviction battle shows total failure of state housing laws

The abuse of the Ellis Act is a total disgrace—and the city needs to move faster to buy at-risk buildings, protesters say.

No, Walgreens isn’t closing stores because of massive shoplifting in SF

The Agenda: Protecting tenants from predatory ADUs, where will people tossed of our SIP hotels go, and the start of local redistricting.

Eviction-free SF: Advocates say that renters still have options

Know your rights—the moratorium is over but renters still have a lot of protections.

Robots in the crash pad: The twisted takeover of the Red Victorian Hotel

How Haight Ashbury countercultural ideals were distorted by a tech "co-living" experiment, and a trans performance community was displaced.

Newsom beats back recall handily; now he has to decide who his friends are

Labor and grassroots Democrats kept him in office. Will he remember that when it comes to making policy?

Will SF’s ambitious Climate Action plan ever actually happen?

Implementing the program will cost money and involve tough decisions. Is City Hall up to it?

A tech-worker dorm in the Tenderloin? Or the end of the Yimby narrative?

Christian Science Church had an approved project—but the developer says family housing doesn't make enough money it's asking for tech dorms instead. That's The Agenda for Sept 7-13

The future of Mission Bay

There's still a lot to do to turn this former redevelopment area into a real community, a new survey shows.

City plans to close homeless hotels—so where will people go?

Information scarce on how, when—and whether—suitable relocations will take place.