Plan for 82,000 Homes in San Francisco Moves Forward, Under Pressure From State

Econ & Housing

San Francisco residents will retain their ability to debate how, for whom and were to build housing within city limits. That’s because the Board of Supervisors today just barely made its deadline to pass a state-mandated plan to build 82,000 housing units within eight years. Not hitting the Jan. 31 deadline to pass the city’s…

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