Can SF Revive Downtown and the Central City?

Posted December 14, 2021 by

Key Neighborhoods in Crisis San Francisco’s downtown office occupancy rate is 25%. It’s the nation’s lowest. Downtown, as well as Mid-Market and Civic Center, remains a virtual ghost neighborhood. They remain almost as visibly inactive as  in the pre-vaccine era.
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SF: Stop Undermining the Tenderloin!

Posted December 7, 2021 by

Supervisors Must Allow Community Input on Safe Injection Plan Mayor London Breed’s office has secretly moved to buy two properties in the upper Tenderloin to open a Safe Injection Site. Both properties are in the heart of an historic residential
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Will San Francisco Legalize Fourplexes?

Posted December 7, 2021 by

Board Divided Over Affordability The San Francisco Board of Supervisors will soon confront a new housing challenge: whether to legalize fourplexes in single-family zoned districts. There are three proposals. Supervisor Rafael Mandelman originally introduced a fourplex legalization measure in January
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Some Political Gifts For The Holidays

Posted December 7, 2021 by

Sarah Kunstler and Emily Kunstler’s must-see documentary “Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism In America” won’t be hitting San Francisco theaters (and hopefully more than a few Southern states) until February 4, 2022.  While its message about the racist
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