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Mission Luxury Housing Moratorium Hearing: TU June 2 at City Hall!

June 1, 2015

By Concerned Citizen guest writer

The Mission is standing up to demand a stop to the land grab by the luxury housing developers until there’s enough affordable housing for the rest of us. On Tuesday, June 2, there is an important hearing and vote at City Hall on legislation Supervisor David Campos is putting forward to stop building luxury housing in the Mission until there’s a plan to make sure we use what little land we have left to build affordable housing. This plan is long overdue. We need it in the Mission and in any number of hard-hit neighborhoods of San Francisco.

So let’s pack City Hall on Tuesday, join hundreds of other community members, and tell the Board of Supervisors why they should stand with the community, not with Wall Street real estate developers. No more housing for the rich until there’s housing for the rest of us!

We’ll want to get there early to make sure community members are there before the developers and their friends. For those of you who can stay all afternoon, we’ll be meeting at 12:30 PM at Philz Coffee on Golden Gate and Larkin. 

Our agenda item begins at 3 PM and will likely go for at least a couple of hours, so if you can come later, meet us in the Board of Supervisors chambers on the second floor.

– Julien


Sign the petition to Save the San Francisco Mission

Tuesday, June 2, 2 PM –
Room 250 City Hall Board of Supervisors – Campos Ordinance – Declaration of an emergency and a request  for a moratorium on market rate housing and PDR conversions will be heard. Send letters and comments and show up to support and end to evictions by calling a help. Ordinance details facebook page:

A sample letter is here: Support Campos Emergency Ordinance

One Comment leave one →
  1. June 1, 2015 5:48 pm

    Reblogged this on SF CEQA.


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