More Building, Lending Catapult San Francisco Office

By Lisa Brown : globest – excerpt Construction-to-permanent financing of $93 million was recently secured for One De Haro, a four-story 60-foot tall building with two-thirds office and one-third light industrial uses totaling 133,427 square feet. SAN FRANCISCO—Construction continues in the city, in an attempt to satisfy growing demand. One project in specific, One De … More More Building, Lending Catapult San Francisco Office

San Francisco Libertarians File an Election Contest to Invalidate November’s Proposition A Election Due To Violations of New Law

by: Michael Denny : lips – excerpt The complaint was filed in the Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco, Friday April 5, 2019. This is an independent action taken by two members of the Libertarian Party of San Francisco, Note: This is an independent action taken by two members of the Libertarian Party … More San Francisco Libertarians File an Election Contest to Invalidate November’s Proposition A Election Due To Violations of New Law

Fremont Councilman Bacon to run for Alameda County supervisor

By Joseph Geha : eastbaytimes – excerpt District 1 incumbent Scott Haggerty has been unopposed since 2000 FREMONT — Fremont City Councilman Vinnie Bacon is planning a 2020 run for Alameda County Supervisor in District 1, offering a challenge to longtime incumbent Scott Haggerty, who hasn’t faced an opponent for nearly two decades. “If you … More Fremont Councilman Bacon to run for Alameda County supervisor

There Are 2 Vacant Investor-Owned Homes for Every Homeless Person in America

By: Carl Gibson : gritpost – excerpt The difference between the greed of the wealthy and the precariousness of American workers is painfully stark when looking at vacant homes. 2016 figures from ATTOM Data Solutions — which publishes comprehensive housing data — show that wealthy investors are buying up more and more real estate as … More There Are 2 Vacant Investor-Owned Homes for Every Homeless Person in America

Guest opinion: Battle for the soul of Mountain View

by Lenny Siegel : mv-voice – excerpt New housing shouldn’t displace residents There is a battle underway for the soul of Mountain View. For decades the Mountain View community has treasured diversity. We have long accepted people regardless of ethnic background, political or religious beliefs, or economic condition. In turn, they have helped build our … More Guest opinion: Battle for the soul of Mountain View

Dick Spotswood: Larkspur ferry parking structure stalled by ideology

By Dick Spotswood : marinij – excerpt Golden Gate Ferry statistics show that peak-period boats are at capacity. Likewise, the ferry terminal parking lot off Sir Francis Drake Boulevard is jammed. Significantly, there’s demand for increased ferry service on the existing route to the San Francisco Ferry Building and, given water transit’s rising popularity, a … More Dick Spotswood: Larkspur ferry parking structure stalled by ideology

Parking Near Transit Increases Ridership During Peak Commute Hours

By Tom Rubin­ Transit is not always an alternative to parking capacity. The ridership for the Los Angeles Subway (now Red and Purple Lines) was projected at 298,000 in 2000, the year it opened. In the best years, the total barely got over half of that. What is interesting is that the stations South of the Hollywood … More Parking Near Transit Increases Ridership During Peak Commute Hours

Three Top Regional Government VPs/Presidents get De Throned for lack of disclosure.

From a concerned citizen: Susan Adams Marin County Supervisor,ABAG Vice President voted out of office when the people of her district discovered that she recommended her community for a Priority Development Area and then denied it. He duplicity to the voters was repaid with recall campaign and landslide loss in 2014. Steve Kinsey, Marin County … More Three Top Regional Government VPs/Presidents get De Throned for lack of disclosure.