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Government Watch

SFAA Slate Card for the Nov. 2014 election

Judge tosses S.F. law meant to shield evicted tenants

S.F. supervisors send 'Airbnb law' to mayor despite objections

Senator Dianne Feinstein says "Don't hand San Francisco over to Airbnb"

Prop G will impact you and needs to be defeated; please help

Get your soft story building evaluated before 10/3

Supervisor Wiener has drafted legislation to allow for extra unit construction during seismic work in the Castro

Campos' Buyout legislation was introduced Tuesday 7/29/14

Supervisor Mar introduced legislation to create a "Speculator Registry" of foreclosed properties on 7/29/14

Supervisor Chiu's Legalization of Short Term Rentals Through Airbnb and Travel Websites

SF Planning Department Recommendation on Short Term Rental Legislation

SFAA Files Suit On Excessive Campos Relocation Payments

On 7/7/14 the Land Use Committee of the SF Board of Supervisors approved Supervisor Chiu, Weiner and Mayor Lee's legislation to provide clarity on removing parking spaces from use during mandatory seismic retrofit work. The legislation will be heard by the full Board in the coming weeks.

SF Apartment November 2014

November 2014 - Click here to read selections from the current edition of SFAA's SF Apartment magazine. SFAA members receive the full magazine every month.

SFAA in the Community
  • A call to conserve water – a message from the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
  • THANK YOU to all of our concerned members who came forward and offered their vacant apartments to the pair of SFUSD school teachers who were displaced by a fire in their apartment two weeks ago.

    Thanks to your help and the Good Samaritan program, SFAA was able to help house the couple at their previous rental rate while their apartment building is being repaired.
  • SFAA and building Code Enforcement Outreach
  • Good Samaritan program