SF Supervisor rallies with Misson Moratorium supporters


SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (BCN) – San Francisco Supervisor David Campos and proponents of Proposition I, which aims to suspend market-rate development in the Mission District for 18 months, held a rally outside San Francisco City Hall Tuesday, just a week ahead of the Nov. 3 elections.

Proposition I, known as the Mission Moratorium, if passed, would require the city to stop issuing permits on certain types of housing (only applies to  properties with 4 or more units) and business development projects in the city’s Mission District neighborhood for a year and a half, with the possibility of the Board of Supervisor’s approving a one-year extension.

While the proposed moratorium is in place, the city would be required to develop a Neighborhood Stabilization Plan, which would propose legislation, programs, funding and zoning controls that would ensure at least 50 percent of all new housing in the neighborhood is affordable to…

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