San Francisco

What Does Prop C Mean for SF?

12:30 p.m. | Thursday, March 7, 2013

Photo courtesy of David Baker + Partners

In November 2012, San Francisco voters passed Prop. C, creating $1.2 billion in funding for affordable housing. How did Prop. C get over the finish line? And what does its passage mean for San Francisco?

Co-presented by SFHAC and AIA SF.

+ Dan Adams, Mayor’s Office of Housing
+ Peter Cohen, Council of Community Housing Organizations
+ Oz Erickson, Emerald Fund
+ Sean Keighran, Residential Builders Association
+ Sarah Karlinsky, SPUR


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