As San Francisco’s new home development has slowed down, Mayor London Breed is investigating whether the home building site will be up and running again by reducing affordable requirements or postponing prices.
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On Friday, Bleed’s office called for a reconvening of the “Technical Advisory Board,” which is to regularly review the city’s comprehensive and affordable housing program. Since February 2018, the eight-member committee consisting of four mayors and four supervisory committees has not been held.
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