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No Vacancy for the Homeless

Joe Eskenazi, San Francisco Public Press — Oct 23 2017 - 6:52am

Dozens of residential hotels have rooms to spare, but it is a seller's market, and city officials cannot force owners to rent. At last count, 4,353 people were unsheltered in San Francisco, with 1,827 empty rooms in private SROs.

$744 Million Bond Would Upgrade S.F. Schools — But It Won’t Be the Last

Nadia Mishkin, San Francisco Public Press — Nov 3 2016 - 2:40pm

Since 2003, the San Francisco Unified School District has raised more than $1 billion for school construction and improvements. But because of aging buildings, technology upgrades and projected enrollment growth, even more money will be needed before long.

Reforms aim at saving shelter beds

T.J. Johnston, SF Public Press — Jul 12 2010 - 3:47pm

San Francisco’s adult homeless shelter system is seeing fresh attempts at reform on two fronts: one through the settlement of a lawsuit, the other through new legislation. Since July 2004, more than 400 shelter beds have been eliminated, and the lawsuit settlement between the city of San Francisco and the Western Regional Advocacy Project will spare further reduction from budget cuts for this fiscal year.


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