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11:29am

Thu March 13, 2014
Economy/Labor/Biz

In San Francisco, rent control gets personal

Apartments in San Francisco (wallyg/flickr)

 

Rent control has been a way for cities to regulate their housing prices and evictions since World War One, in the wake of a big housing shortage in New York. But that doesn’t mean it’s common. In fact, only a handful of cities in the United States have rent control, like New York City, Los Angeles, a few cities in the Bay Area and San Francisco.

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3:10pm

Tue March 11, 2014
Economy/Labor/Biz

First Mayoral forum in series tackles jobs and diversity in SF

Bernard Tyson, CEO of Kaiser Permanente, addresses a crowd at SF Mayor Ed Lee's Mayoral Community Stakeholder Forum: Diversity, Innovation, and Jobs of the Future.
Isabel Angell

African Americans are leaving San Francisco at an alarming rate. They make up just six percent of the population, down from over 13 percent in 1970 and have a higher unemployment rate than whites and other minorities.

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4:59pm

Thu November 14, 2013
Transportation

Old Bay Bridge is coming down, without a bang

photo by Isabel Angell


The old eastern span of the Bay Bridge stands empty. Its job is done. Now it’s time for it to come down, and the man overseeing the demolition is Bill Howe, senior engineer with Caltrans.

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4:36pm

Thu August 1, 2013
Transportation

Transit-oriented developments are taking the Bay Area back to the future

The Contra Costa Centre, another TOD in unincorporated Walnut Creek (Isabel Angell)

The Bay Area is one of the most congested places in the whole country ­– behind Los Angeles and Honolulu. Over the next 30 years, another two million people are expected to move here. So, how are we are all going to fit?

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5:54pm

Sun March 10, 2013
Transportation

California is least improved in highway conditions

The I-880 freeway in Oakland, Calif.
Julie Caine

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