It is 7 a.m., 58° and headed to 70°. It warmed up to a high of 75° on Wednesday. Details for today and the next ten days are here.
Late Wednesday we put up a piece on another protest involving a dispute between landlords and tenants. The tenants charge that the property owner stole their rent, but when protesters took to the streets against the Fong family recently, the facts raised a different questions—are all landlords who use the Ellis Act to evict a tenant, bad?
As we all know, the city’s unaffordable and the California Housing Partnership Corporation has released yet another report on the stark numbers: the city is 40,000 units short on affordable housing for very low-income and extremely low-income families.
It’s not doing any better in affordable housing.
In the meantime, Nate Silver has done a report on where police live and in San Francisco only 32 percent live within the city limits. It’s likely that new officers find it almost impossible to do so.
May you have a lovely Thursday.