New citywide legislation that will offer low-income veterans living in San Francisco an advantage for affordable housing in the City was recently approved by the SF Board of Supervisors.
I know affordable housing is desperately needed in San Francisco, and I support it, even if that means the housing is almost literally in my backyard. But is it too much to ask that we take the toxics out of the soil before breaking ground?
munity meetings I’ve attended with city leaders, I’ve discovered that compromising with the neighbors is actually not on the agenda.
Affordable housing is something San Francisco desperately needs. That’s the one thing everyone in the City agrees on. But unfortunately the fight over affordable housing is often reduced to the false binary of NIMBYs v. YIMBYs (no or yes in my backyard).
Letter to the Editor: Sunset Community Alliance Assoc. Against Irving St. Affordable Housing Project
I am writing on behalf of the SF Sunset Community Alliance Association to highlight the facts and reality of the situation about the construction of the colossal affordable housing buidling at 2550 Irving St. in the mid-Sunset.
San Francisco officials have unveiled plans to build a seven-story apartment building with 100% affordable housing on Irving Street at 26th Avenue.