Yes on K

September 14th, 2015 No Comments »
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Proposition K is a long-overdue effort to ensure that city-owned property that is no longer needed for city purposes is allocated to our most urgent need: affordable housing.  The measure establishes an annual process for declaring property surplus and assigns identified property to the Mayor’s office of Housing and Community Development for development of affordable housing.  It also sets restrictions on land use and affordability for development of those sites.  San Francisco Tomorrow thinks this measure makes sense.  Publicly-owned land should be placed to its highest and best use in the service of the people of the City; we think that this measure accomplishes that goal.

— Jennifer Clary

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