Posts Tagged: tenants

Rising Rents, Green Activism Spur Pro-Housing Movement

Scharf Leaves Tenderloin for Harvard Law

Rio Scharf - 100th Anniversary March

Scharf Leaves Tenderloin for Harvard Law

Posted June 8, 2017 by

Rio Scharf, organizer for the Tenderloin Housing Clinic’s Central City SRO Collaborative (CCSROC), leaves the gritty streets of the Tenderloin next week for a new neighborhood: the green pastures of Harvard Law School. Scharf follows in the footsteps of his
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38 Year Mission Tenant, Spouse Beat Third Bad Faith OMI Eviction

Oakland’s Traumatic Week

The fatal West Oakland fire

Oakland’s Traumatic Week

Posted March 30, 2017 by

City Shows Confidence Toward Future In a single week, Oakland had the following occur: *A West Oakland residential fire killed four people. The building’s landlord had been working to evict some of the tenants, who had gone to court to
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SF Must House Working, Middle-Class Families

Teachers would be eligible for inclusionary housing under proposed new rules

SF Must House Working, Middle-Class Families

Posted February 28, 2017 by

Supes to Decide Whether to Help Middle-Class A new battle is brewing over San Francisco’s inclusionary housing law. And once again, some progressives are ignoring the broad public support for using private development to leverage more affordable housing for working
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Supes Back Tenderloin Step-Up Housing (Updated)

D6 Supervisor Jane Kim joins Tenderloin tenants and labor in celebrating victory

Supes Back Tenderloin Step-Up Housing (Updated)

Posted February 13, 2017 by

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Land Use Committee voted 3-0 today to approve  a Tenderloin affordable housing project backed by tenants, labor, D6 Supervisor Jane Kim, the developer of the inextricably linked 950-974 Market Street project  and just about
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Supes Consider Landmark SRO Reform (Updated)

Supervisor Ahsha Safai at media event prior to SRO hearing

Supes Consider Landmark SRO Reform (Updated)

Posted January 23, 2017 by

On January 23, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Land Use Committee (Supervisors Cohen, Sheehy and Peskin) approved housing legislation likely to have the biggest impact in 2017: a reform to the city’s Residential Hotel Unit Conversion and Demolition Ordinance
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