San Francisco homeowners can now build four units on a lot, and up to six on corner lots, but only if they meet a strict list of requirements.
The city is still falling far short of building enough homes to meet demand, and the future doesn’t look promising either.
Police are still searching for the shooter, who appears to have targeted someone he knew, according to SFPD.
The mayor is fully vaccinated and boosted. She is isolating, per a press release.
Sponsors of current car closure policy respond to initiative with opposing measure; whichever one gets more votes will win.
A Potrero Yard housing project may be the first of many as the struggling agency eyes the real estate business. But housing politics could make or break Muni’s plan.
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A proposed ordinance to reopen the roadways to cars only needs about 9,000 signatures to make it on the November ballot.
The city’s transportation agency will have to defer projects and wait at least another year to ask again for the $400 million it needs for infrastructure updates.
At around 46%, turnout for the June 7 election outpaced the average for gubernatorial primaries and is on par with the last 10 years of all primary elections.