What about the real politicos in our midst? Chris Daly? (Please, no, don’t let it happen…) They give him 50-1 odds of unseating the mayor. That ought to keep some folks up at night.
The Examiner is posting a new person each day Monday-Saturday until election day on November 6. So far no one has declared as a candidate, but this is San Francisco, so stay tuned.
For more information on the BMR program, check out the website for the Mayor’s Office of Housing, which administers the program.
The Planning Commission just voted to send the proposal back to the Supervisors for another vote, and Daly is saying that he thinks McGoldrick’s demand of 46 to 48 more affordable units will be met by the developer, Angelo Sangiacomo. That’s according to today’s Examiner.
No word from Sangiacomo yet on what he’ll do.
This is desperately needed housing that protects current tenants and will help revitalize a run-down area. Leave it to the supervisors, who are big fans of changing the rules retroactively, to jeopardize this development by trying to force a later set of rules on an earlier agreement. We’ll keep you posted as this progresses.
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