City efforts to fill empty rooms with humans who need shelter are failing

Update on the empty rooms:

A lot of people are asking this question: Is the city paying for empty rooms?

Answer came from Paul Monge in Hillary Ronen’s office:

There are a sizable number of vacant hotel rooms reserved for frontline workers that the city is paying for. These have remained unoccupied for weeks, so we are pressuring departments to reallocate those rooms for other vulnerable populations as quickly as possible.
Thank you,
Paul Monge, JD, MPP

Supervisor Gordon Mar’s resolution Opposing SB50 unless amended.

San Francisco Board of Directors has a decision to make:

File  190319  “Resolution opposing California State Senate Bill No. 50, authored by Senator Scott Wiener, which would undermine community participation in planning for the well-being of the environment and the public good, prevent the public from recapturing an equitable portion of the economic benefits conferred to private interests, and significantly restrict San Francisco’s ability to protect vulnerable communities from displacement and gentrification, unless further amended”.

Another anti-SB50 site: