Posts Tagged: Nonprofits

Assessing the Mission Moratorium

Assessing the Mission Moratorium

Posted September 10, 2015 by

On October 7, 2005 I wrote “New Affordable Housing Engine Needed in Mission.” Contrasting the Mission with the Tenderloin, I stated “whereas the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation pounces on every available piece of land and moves to build affordable family
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San Francisco and Airbnb, Take Two

San Francisco and Airbnb, Take Two

Posted April 23, 2015 by

The San Francisco Planning Commission votes on April 23 on new regulations for the city’s short-term rental industry. Some of the measures were part of trailing legislation when the Board of Supervisors passed its law last fall; others are Mayor
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SF Seeks Supportive Housing on the Cheap

SF Seeks Supportive Housing on the Cheap

Posted March 9, 2015 by

Last week, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted 6-5 to deny a .75% budget increase to nonprofit contractors. The .75% would have boosted the meager 1.5% the Board granted nonprofits in the current budget, which fails to meet the
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SF Should Send Airbnb Taxes to Nonprofits

SF Should Send Airbnb Taxes to Nonprofits

Posted February 23, 2015 by

Airbnb ‘s announcement last week that it has paid San Francisco tens of millions of dollars in back taxes  came at a perfect time.  That’s because on February 25 at 10am the Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee is considering giving
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SF Nonprofits Unite to Defeat Prop B

SF Nonprofits Unite to Defeat Prop B

Posted September 22, 2014 by

San Francisco’s  two largest coalitions of nonprofit  organizations have joined the growing opposition to Prop B, which raids $22 million from vital city services. Both the 22-member Council of Community Housing Organizations (CCHO) and the 80-member San Francisco Human Services
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Wiener, Transit Activists Raid Nonprofit Funding

SF’s Rigged Budget Process Hurts Nonprofit Workers

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