Mission District

  • Moratorium Plan Galvanizes Debate Over Affordable Housing

    The Mission is facing a very testing moment as the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to discuss the recently proposed Mission District Housing Moratorium during the upcoming month. Although analysts are predicting that the measure will not pass, the proposition will most likely return as a November ballot initiative. One of the moratorium’s most staunch supporters is Supervisor David Campos, who is of the opinion that a temporary market-rate housing stop is absolutely necessary, but the proposal is rapidly gathering opposition.

    San Francisco 29 May 2015 18:20

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