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Impact Of Waterfront Ballot Initiative Slated For Widespread Review

Sponsored by Supervisor Wiener, the Port of San Francisco, Planning Department, City Administrator, Controller, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, Municipal Transportation Agency, and Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development will all have a chance to report on the impact of adopting the Waterfront Height Limit Right to... Read More »

$400 Million Earthquake Safety Bond Headed To The Ballot Box

The paperwork to allow a proposed $400,000,000 bond issuance to be placed on the June ballot has just been filed with San Francisco’s Department of Elections. The $400 million San Francisco Earthquake Safety and Emergency Response Bond would finance the construction, improvement, and seismic retrofitting of the city’s deteriorating... Read More »

Early SF Election Results: Measures B And C Facing Defeat

Based only on the results of 56,131 mail-in ballots returned, a quarter of the 238,235 which were issued, San Francisco Ballot Measure B which would clear the way for the development of 8 Washington Street as approved is losing the dueling ballot measure fight with 55% of the mail-in... Read More »

An Unfriendly Ultimatum “So The Sun Can Shine” In San Francisco

An Unfriendly Ultimatum “So The Sun Can Shine” In San Francisco

As we reported in May: With San Francisco’s Planning Commission having cleared the way for Millennium Partners’ proposed 706 Mission Street condo tower and Mexican Museum to rise up to 510 feet, 40 feet fewer than originally proposed, a group of homeowners from the adjacent Four Seasons Residences are... Read More »