San Francisco Supervisor David Campos has introduced Ordinance #150461 “Zoning-Interim Moratorium on New Residential Uses and Elimination of Production, Distribution, and Repair Uses in a Portion of the Mission Area Plan of the General Plan.” The progressive faction of the Board – Mar, Kim, Avalos and Yee – are co-sponsors. This “Urgency Ordinance” prohibits the issuance of any permits to “demolish, merge, convert, or construct housing projects,” except
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee wants to resolve the high cost of housing in San Francisco by promising 30,000 residential units by 2020, that’s five years from now. How realistic is that promise? Let’s review.
The Libertarian Party of San Francisco, host of “Tax Day Symposium 2015: Housing for All – The Supply, The Planning and The Realities,” wishes to thank everyone who gave freely of their time to help make this event a success.
April 1, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The San Francisco Cemetery Association announced today that zombies will be rising en masse from the dead this coming April 15th in order to pay their taxes.
Good job by Starchild, our Outreach Director, explaining the basic principles of libertarianism on Brian Donovan’s “Post News Hour” (KPR1.com). Thank you to Brian for his interest!
Starchild’s crucial message: The current political system is rigged in favor of insiders, leaving the majority of us victims of that system. It does not have to be this way.
Libertarians are forever sounding alarms about the consequences of legislative decisions. Besides challenges to individual self determination, property rights, and voters’ ability to hold accountable via the ballot box individuals who make decisions on our behalf, Plan Bay Area is predictably contributing to the housing crunch.
One often hears the observation that many of the poorest residents of San Francisco have mental health issues. Funny then that the city government itself appears to be suffering from split personality disorder in its dealings with the poor. And in this, it must be said, it is doing no more than mirroring the equally schizophrenic attitudes of many residents.