By Pamela Hall, ACCE State Board Member In November this year, the city of Oakland will be considering passing an impact fee, a one-time fee imposed on developers that ensures private developers pay their [...]
Las elecciones de 2015 en San Francisco dieron en los resultados que eran en su mayoría desalentadores para las organizaciones de derechos de vivienda y activistas contra el aburguesamiento, con las Medidas F e I [...]
La Medida FF de Oakland, una medida electoral promulgada por los votantes aprobada en noviembre de 2014, ofrece aumentos anuales al Salario Mínimo de Oakland basada en los Precios locales al Consumidor (IPC).
In a hurried effort to respond to the affordability crisis facing renters, Mayor Libby Schaaf announced the launch of the (SHIP) Safe Housing Inspection Program. The SHIP will allow fire officials to [...]
Community members are raising the volume on their demands that the city protect Oaklanders’ rights following a number of noise complaints by a few residents targeting Lake Merritt drummers and Black churches.
Environmental and community groups—Earthjustice, the Sierra Club, Communities for a Better Environment (CBE) and San Francisco Baykeepers—have filed a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) action in Alameda County Superior Court challenging the export of [...]
Amid an intensifying housing crisis in Oakland, City Council President Lynette Gibson McElhaney and Councilmember Desley Brooks are speaking out against a new proposal from the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Agency (HUD) to [...]