No free ride for developers - Page 2

Under Newsom's approach, the current residents and businesses of San Francisco will have to put up millions of dollars to cover the costs created by market-rate housing developers

And when those conditions change, developers will be poised — as always — to make a vast amount of money selling overpriced condos for millionaires in San Francisco. And if they can't pay their own way, the city shouldn't allow them to break ground.


Parkmerced is scheduled to have there EIR and informational presentation starting May 6th 3:30pm which will bring up the question of re-routing public transit for private developers interests. The SFSU-CSU masterplan also negotiated an MOU on transit, without community of the best interests of the neighborhoods in mind in terms of "fair-share-impacts" per City of Marina vs. CSU. The privatization of public transit is underway, and its more important than ever to make sure that transit first policies are not watered down by "green-$-greed" and development proposals that take advantage of a transit system in need of an infusion....

Posted by Aaron Goodman on May. 04, 2010 @ 11:05 am

Pay to play politics, its all in the pocket, and how much money you got in it....

Posted by Aaron Goodman on May. 30, 2010 @ 10:37 pm