City Visions host Joseph Pace and guests discuss what the future may hold for public housing in San Francisco. How can the city improve living conditions, ensure a reliable source of funding, and ensure an adequate stock of safe and affordable housing for residents?
-Sara Shortt, Executive Director of the Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco, a nonprofits tenants' rights organization that offers free counseling for San Francisco tenants in all types of housing, including rent-control, public housing and section 8.
-Marcia Rosen, Executive Director of the National Housing Law Project, a national housing and legal advocacy center committed to advancing housing justice for low-income families. She is the former executive director of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and director of the Mayor's Office of Housing.
-Gail Gilman, Executive Director of the Community Housing Partnership, a San Francisco nonprofit organization dedicated to providing permanent, supportive housing to formerly homeless individuals and families.