Tag: evictions

SF planning director calls gentrification ‘undeniable, and of serious concern’

The head of the Planning Department acknowledged in a letter Friday the severity of gentrification occurring in San Francisco amid…

2 years ago

Peskin faces one challenger in quest for four-year term as supervisor

After defeating Mayor Ed Lee’s appointee to the Board of Supervisors last year, Aaron Peskin served for just one year…

2 years ago

SF educator settles eviction case over using household appliances

Two San Francisco-based tech workers who served a public school educator with an eviction notice for using household appliances settled…

2 years ago

San Francisco evictions continue to rise each year since 2010

As real estate prices have soared amid San Francisco’s technology boom in the past six years, so have evictions. Despite…

2 years ago

Teachers could be exempt from no-fault evictions during school year

Evicting teachers who live and work in San Francisco for reasons beyond their control could soon become illegal during the…

2 years ago

Gentrification evictions could amount to elder abuse

Evictions in the Bay Area, where the cost of living has skyrocketed in recent years, appear to have taken a…

2 years ago

City Hall 2015: dominated by housing crisis, capped off by political change

San Francisco’s City Hall has said goodbye to another year of rising rents, evictions and an increase in homeless people.…

2 years ago

Mayor Ed Lee does not veto new tenants’ rights legislation

After days of speculation and a showdown between tenant advocates and small property owners, Mayor Ed Lee decided Friday not…

3 years ago