SF supervisors reject housing complex that would cast shadow on SoMa park

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The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously rejected a 63-unit apartment complex, including 15 below-market-rate units, because it would cast an evening shadow on a South of Market park.

Just abolish the Board.

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SF wants to keep the illegal tax money even if court orders it to pay back the illegal tax. What a greedy government

“ The board also unanimously passed Mayor London Breed’s proposal to unlock some of the money raised by Proposition C, the November ballot measure to tax big businesses to fund homelessness programs. If the ordinance passes on the second reading, the elaborate proposal would give companies subject to Prop. C a tax break if they agree to let the city keep the money they pay — even if the courts strike down the measure and order the funds to be repaid.”

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