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A voting station will be open in Portsmouth Square in Chinatown from Oct. 31 until Nov. 3 to let residents drop off ballots and provide assistance to SRO residents. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)

Chinatown voting station to help SRO residents make their voices heard

In a bid to boost voting access for single-room-occupancy tenants in Chinatown,…

 

A regional proposal calling for people to work from home could have negative effect on downtown San Francisco and San Jose, according mayors of those cities. <ins>(Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)</ins>

Mayor London Breed: We ‘cannot support’ MTC telecommute mandate

Proposal to require more employees to work from home could harm downtown and low-wage workers

 

Arts school, neighbors clash over Haight expansion

A proposed expansion of a performing arts school in the Haight was…

 

SF tenants could soon gain expanded eviction protections

Sweeping legislation that would protect San Francisco tenants from no-fault evictions through…

Data shows steep drop in SF sales tax revenue, possible decline in population

City economist calls data ‘a warning sign for small businesses’

Old eviction battle revived as building owners seek condo conversion

Low-income and elderly tenants fought eviction from North Beach property more than a decade ago

Port Commission backs 850-unit development plan for Piers 30-32

Critics argue project may require voter approval under Prop. B

Protest calls for end to evictions during pandemic, rent forgiveness

San Francisco tenants on Monday gathered outside San Francisco Superior Court and…

California lawmakers reach deal for eviction protections that would last through January

Tenant advocates disappointed bill does not prevent all evictions

In the “new normal,” teachers still need housing. Where will they live?

The City needs a real commitment to educator housing

Tenant right to counsel funding expanded during budget process

City, agencies are braced for a surge of evictions in wake of pandemic

Affordable housing fees kept intact after SB 1085 amendments

Some affordable housing advocates are breathing a sigh of relief after a…

New housing goals spark debate over market-rate development

Faced with a large potential increase in the amount of housing San…

Construction disruptive to tenants may be barred under emergency legislation

Alternative resources would be required during water, electricity shutoffs

California’s eviction ban is ending. Gov. Newsom and lawmakers have 3 weeks to extend it

California Gov. Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers face an 18-day deadline to…

Balboa Reservoir project wins approval from Board of Supervisors

Development will build 1,100 housing units on 17-acre parking lot near City College

Veritas offers to forgive unpaid rent, but tenants are wary

Calls for rent forgiveness have been answered, but with some caveats. The…

Planning Commissioner steps down, giving Mayor Breed another vacancy to fill

Millicent Johnson departing to move to Oakland, start a philanthropic organization

Approval looking likely for Balboa Reservoir development

Project would bring 1,100 units to 17.6 acre site near City Collegee

Funding for affordable housing expected to fall short of needs

San Francisco needs $517 million annually to reach its affordable housing goals,…