Photo by Todd Berman

It’s 7 a.m., 56º and headed toward 65º. Details here.

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A proposal that would cut the minimum size of rental units in the city to 150 square feet hits a political snag. The SF Public Press writes:

Supporters say the plan would boost residential development in a city reeling from a scarcity of housing. The average monthly price of an apartment lease is now $2,734, up 12.9 percent since 2011 according to the rental market research firm Real Facts. Housing developers call the proposed tiny apartments “affordable by design,” yet many housing advocates call the units, which would need custom retractable beds and kitchen tables, compact stowage and showers right next to the toilet, “shoeboxes.”

When it comes to sit/lie enforcement, most tickets go to older alcoholics, writes the Chronicle.

Artist Todd Berman, who drew the picture above, still has a few spots left in the mixed media drawing workshop he’s teaching tonight at 518 Valencia. Get your tickets here.

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