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Same night -- Two events
Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Housing Forum on SB 50
Lycee Francais de San Francisco --  1201 Ortega Street

Assemblymember Phil Ting Town Hall
Moscone Rec Center --  1800 Chestnut Street

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Housing Forum on SB 50

SB 50 is a real estate bill, not a housing bill.  

SB 50 is still alive and still a threat to our State, City and neighborhood's character and quality of life.  Senator Wiener is determined to get his bill passed even though it has been suspended by the Senate.   Please read this very helpful analysis of SB 50  to learn how it will impact your neighborhood and why it must be stopped. 

SB 50 turns developers into their own personal urban  planners -  they would 
pick and choose which community standards  and environmental rules 
to follow or ignore  (height, depth, density, parking, etc.), 
and cities and communities can't stop them.  

All these giveaways are to ensure developer profits 
at the expense of the community.   There are no assurances 
that any affordable housing will be built  or city infrastructure 
will be upgraded to support the increase in population.

Senator Wiener is relying on  significant contributions from tech, developers and real estate to push through his misguided legislation despite overwhelming resistance from the very people he is suppose to represent - San Francisco residents!  

Come to a District 4 sponsored forum to learn more about SB 50 and what you can do to stop it.  Also, please consider supporting a Better Way CA, a statewide coalition formed to stop SB 50 and work with legislators to develop real housing solutions.

Links to contact your representatives and let them know where you stand.

** Assemblymember Phil Ting, who represents the west side of San Francisco including the Cow Hollow area, will be hosting a Town Hall the same time as this housing forum (see next section for details).


Assemblymember Phil Ting Town Hall
Join Assemblymember Ting at a town hall meeting in the Marina District on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, from 6:00 to 7:30 PM at the Moscone Recreation Center. 

Come hear a brief update about the state budget and legislation and meet his staff and your neighbors in Assembly District 19. Parking is limited; venue is accessible via Muni Lines 22, 28, 30 and 43.


Cow Hollow Association ~ Board of Directors
Sherry Archer, David Bancroft, Anne Bertrand, Lori Brooke, 
Don Emmons, Cynthia Gissler, Karen Laughlin, 
Claire Mills, Veronica Taisch, Geoff Wood

We are a volunteer organization  and your support 
helps us confront issues impacting our neighborhood.