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Will SF Go Big?

Posted July 6, 2017 by Garrett Bergthold

SF Needs 1100 Plus Units at Balboa Reservoir As an evaluation panel decides the future of the 17-acre Balboa Reservoir behind closed doors this week, one question remains: Will San Francisco go big? Three development teams are competing for the
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GRANDMA BEATS TECHIE SPECULATOR IN COURT

Posted June 29, 2017 by Stephen Booth

In Pachamama Tradition, Peruvian Grandmother Successfully Resists Ellis Eviction As I wrote in the Spring of 2016, grounded for 35 years in the Sunset District, Mariella Morales is braced with Pachamama beliefs from her childhood in Peru, that humans are
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SF’s Unfair Budget Process

Posted June 27, 2017 by

San Francisco’s budget process was very unfair this year. So says the fable of the little red hen. The little red hen finds a grain of wheat and asks her fellow farm animals– a pig, cat, rat, duck, goose, dog,
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SF’s 2017 HOMELESS COUNT

Posted June 20, 2017 by Ralph E. Stone

The U.S. Supreme Court in Silverman v. United States, said, “A sane, decent, civilized society must provide some such oasis, some shelter from public scrutiny, some insulated enclosure, some enclave, some inviolate place which is a man’s castle.”  According to
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Conventions Aim to Galvanize SF Tenants

Posted June 1, 2017 by

The San Francisco Anti-Displacement Coalition (SFADC) is hosting tenant conventions across the city in a critical effort to galvanize and educate the city’s renters. Neighborhood tenant conventions have proved an effective recruitment and mobilizing tool since 1992. A series of
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