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With unanimous support from the Board of Supervisors, Prop. D, which would tax owners of vacant retail spaces, will appear on the March 3, 2020 ballot
The change comes after some residents voiced concerns over the removal of Columbus Day as a local holiday.
Proponents say dispensaries would exacerbate gentrification and displace existing businesses.
"Anne Kihagi has a special place reserved for her in San Francisco’s abusive landlord hall of fame,” said City Attorney Dennis Herrera.
Also on the tipline this week: a new gallery, a Hard Rock Cafe remodel, and a crazy attempted phone robbery on the Great Highway.
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Our latest batch of reader tips include inspiring signage in Noe Valley, and the Pinecrest Diner closing for renovations.
Here's the latest roundup of tips we've received from Hoodline readers in the last week.
Look past your presidential election hangover to the results closer to home.
Diego Deleo, 81, is set to be evicted from his home of more than 30 years under the Ellis Act.
There's lots to do this week in North Beach, including a murder mystery dinner show, a feminist art show, and more.
Neighbors were concerned the proposed curving landscape pattern would hamper the ability of emergency vehicles to get up the steps.
The current and former District 3 Supervisors discussed Airbnb enforcement, Prop C and other issues Chiu is working on in Sacramento.