By Will Houston, Marin Independent Journal, April 9, 2022. Park staff now plan to work with Coastal Commission staff and state water quality regulators to better address environmental impacts from cattle ranching.
By Sue Dremann, Palo Alto Weekly, April 1, 2022. The funding supports a feasibility study for a later phase within the broader, more than a half-billion-dollar South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Project.
By Sonia Waraich, Eureka Times-Standard, April 1, 2022. Funds will be disbursed through a grant program with a public process for reviewing requests, and aren’t reserved exclusively for traditional infrastructure such as roads and bridges.
By Benjamin Schneider, San Francisco Examiner, March 29, 2022. San Francisco has produced the third draft of its Housing Element, but there’s no guarantee that the Department of Housing and Community Development will approve it.
By Sam Washington, Hanna Love, and Thea Sebastian, Brookings, March 29, 2022. A wealth of empirical evidence demonstrates that the built environment has a significant impact on the prevalence of violence in communities. Our excerpt includes links to resources to leverage the funds.
By Karen Chapple and Jackelyn Hwang, San Francisco Chronicle, March 25, 2022. Joint UC Berkeley-Stanford research suggests more aggressive housing affordability strategies would bolster new market-rate supply and tenant protections.