SF’s Choice: A Chain Store or Housing?

Posted October 31, 2017 by

New Test for SF’s Pro-Housing Direction 1600 Jackson Street along San Francisco’s Polk Gulch is the perfect housing site. It’s a choice corner location on a transit and retail corridor a short walk from shopping.  The project’s residents would increase
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Will Voters Repeal Costa-Hawkins in 2018?

Posted October 26, 2017 by

Activists Plan Repeal Measure for November ’18 Ballot Liam Dillon’s October 23 Los Angeles Times story broke the news:  activists are moving forward toward placing an initiative repealing California’s Costa-Hawkins law  on the November 2018 ballot. I recall that dark
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Is Dry Cleaning About to Get Wetter, Safer and Greener?

Posted October 26, 2017 by Jessica Goodheart

This piece first appeared in Capital and Main. Faced with the planned phase-out of a dangerous solvent, California’s dry cleaners have the chance to break with a toxic past. When Sung Park’s landlord found contamination from a dry cleaning solvent
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Why Is Liberal SF Blocking Cannabis?

Posted October 24, 2017 by

City’s Double Standard Over Exposing Kids to Drugs As I entered City Hall last Thursday I confronted a large crowd creating a huge line in front of the metal detectors. All were Asian and wore white baseball caps. I asked
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