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Former SRO Tenants Illegally evicted for “Techie Commune”
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Former SRO Tenants Illegally evicted for “Techie Commune”

By  •  Housing

Six former tenants of a single room occupancy (SRO) hotel are suing their former landlord over wrongful eviction, after their building was damaged in a 2011 fire, then illegally converted …
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Urban Development Plans: Too Much for Mid-Market?
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Urban Development Plans: Too Much for Mid-Market?

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By: Caitlin Nelson

The San Francisco Chronicle recently published an article by urban design critic John King about the proposed developments along Market Street. King notes that a number of …
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Monday Morning News Roundup
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Monday Morning News Roundup

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Emergency Personnel Continue Search For Missing Surfer

Emergency personnel continued to search for a person who was last seen face down in the water near a Pacifica beach on Sunday …
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Friday Morning News Roundup
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Friday Morning News Roundup

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Students Continue To Occupy Uc Building, Protest Tuition Hikes

Students and activists protesting tuition hikes remained camped out at Wheeler Hall at the University of California at Berkeley Thursday after …
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Thursday Morning News Roundup
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Thursday Morning News Roundup

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Protestors Take Over UC Berkeley Building After Tuition Increase Vote

A group of students and activists took over Wheeler Hall at the University of California at Berkeley Wednesday evening following …
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San Francisco’s Fight to Save Small Businesses

The recent closure of historic businesses has prompted City officials to seek legislative change to help protect them. Currently, San Francisco can landmark a building, but not a business. That …
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