San Francisco needs more housing, not more restrictions – San Francisco Chronicle



Posted on May 18 2017 - 11:21pm by Zennie Abraham

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The Board of Supervisors reportedly has reached a compromise tempering last year’s voter-approved Proposition C, which more than doubled the city’s affordable-housing requirement from 12 to 25 percent for large apartment developments (those with at …
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