Sasha Perigo

Constructive Criticism: Keep SF golf courses closed

Golf courses are an inefficient use of land and money that could be better used for housing.

Homeless San Franciscans have always faced a public health crisis

One in 10 of San Francisco’s COVID-19 patients is housing- insecure

Constructive Criticism: Tenants, it’s time to get organized

The scanty relief politicians have offered shows we can’t rely on legislation to solve our problems

City Hall should abolish rent and mortgage payments. Here’s why.

If we don’t protect working San Franciscans, the results could be devastating.

San Francisco debates when, where and how to build affordable housing

Prop. E aims to strike a balance by placing new limits on office projects

The racial contours of our housing crisis

Black residents of Midtown apartments deserve ownership

How San Francisco’s lengthy permitting process enables corruption

Director of Public Works Mohammed Nuru and his accomplice Nick Bovis shouldn’t…

‘Tough love’ continues to be an excuse for criminalizing homelessness

Mayor Breed needs to acknowledge the suffering caused by city sweeps

Constructive Criticism: Children’s right to housing should supersede corporate profit

When Dominique Walker and other homeless mothers moved into a vacant home…

Tenants deserve better than Dennis Richards on the Planning Commission

Dennis Richards should resign from the Planning Commission. Richards made news this…

Legalize public housing

California’s housing shortage is getting worse. In this hot housing market, private…

A public bank could make affordable housing more affordable

How would a public bank fund affordable housing? On Tuesday, Supervisor Sandra…

Prop. A is critically needed, but it is only the first step

Three-and-a-half billion dollars. At an average of $200,000 in city subsidies per…

High workload and low pay leave Planning Commission roles out of reach for many

Planning commissioners might just have one of San Francisco’s hardest jobs. The…

How San Francisco can fix a glaring loophole in California tenants rights legislation

State law gives new protections, but there’s still more to be done