Posts Tagged: Julie Christensen

Rising Tensions as SF Election Nears

Rising Tensions as SF Election Nears

Posted October 20, 2015 by

San Francisco’s November 3 election is two weeks away and tensions are already boiling over. This is most evident in the two most high profile races: the District 3 contest between Julie Christensen and Aaron Peskin and Prop F, which
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SF Elections Hit Homestretch

SF Elections Hit Homestretch

Posted September 8, 2015 by

The November 2015 election has already proved that an uncontested mayor’s race does not mean a boring ballot. To the contrary, many see three high profile races—the D3 Supervisors race, Prop F (short term rentals) and Prop I (Mission moratorium)
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5 Lessons from “Save the Mission” Hearing

San Francisco’s Anti-Displacement Mood

San Francisco’s Anti-Displacement Mood

Posted March 30, 2015 by

On March 27, two high profile San Francisco eviction cases abruptly ended: the landlord of Station 40 dropped efforts to evict tenants who had openly lived for years in commercial office space, and the owners of a Chinatown SRO said
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Mayor Rebuffs Chinatown In D3 Appointment

Mayor Rebuffs Chinatown In D3 Appointment

Posted January 8, 2015 by

Rejecting entreaties from his longtime Chinatown supporters that he appoint Planning Commission President Cindy Wu, Mayor Ed Lee instead selected Julie Christensen to fill David Chiu’s District 3 seat. Christensen has done no work in Chinatown. Her selection represents a
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