Tag Archives: David Campos

Poet and San Francisco staple Diamond Dave Whitaker was recognized on February 2 by the Board of Supervisors, who declared the day in his honor. Photo by Laura Waxmann

Legendary SF Mission Radio Host Honored by City

Diamond Dave Whitaker remembers the first time he stepped foot into San Francisco’s city hall some six decades ago. “It was 1957, and I was in seventh heaven,” said Whitaker. At 19, he had just...
Elvira and Refugio Nieto (second to left and center), listen as the Board of Supervisors call for a federal investigation into the 2014 officer involved-shooting of their son, Alex Nieto. Photo by Laura Waxmann

SF Supervisors Call for Federal Investigations of Mission Police Shootings

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution declaring July 22 as a ‘day of remembrance’ for Mario Woods, whose December 2 shooting by police officers could have been prevented, some board members...
Supervisor David Campos at the unveiling of the plan for the Mission moratorium. Photo by Joe Rivano Barros.

SF Officials Unveil Plan for Mission Moratorium

After much speculation on how exactly Proposition I, the 18-month pause on market-rate development in the Mission District, would help combat the city’s housing crisis, proponents of the measure presented their framework for affordable housing...
Andy Blue of the Plaza 16 Coalition speaking in favor of affordable housing at 16th and Mission. Photo by Joe Rivano Barros.

Lawsuit Troubles Trigger New Call for Affordable Housing at 16th and Mission

Some 100 people crowded the 16th St. BART plaza at noon today to support 100 percent affordable housing at the 16th Street market rate project that became embroiled in litigation last week after the developer sued the owner for acting in bad faith. Supervisor...