Over the past year, the focus on housing at the state level has been met by the NIMBY outcry for protection of local control. Conflicting beliefs have led us to ask, “who decides who lives in the Bay Area?” We are honored to host Senator Scott Wiener (Senate District 11) and Mayor Libby Schaaf (City of Oakland) to discuss the relationship between city and state, and how they may work together to solve the present housing shortage.
Senator Scott Wiener
Scott Wiener was elected to the California Senate in 2016. He represents District 11, which includes all of the city and county of San Francisco, Broadmoor, Colma, Daly City, as well as part of South San Francisco
Mayor Libby Schaaf
Libby Schaaf was elected as the Mayor of Oakland in 2015. She is an Oakland native and served one term on the City Council.
Gabriel Metcalf is the president and CEO of SPUR. He is responsible for defining the overall vision and strategy for the organization and has led SPUR through the biggest expansion of its work in the organization’s 105-year history.
Mayor Mark Farrell
Mayor Mark E. Farrell is the 44th Mayor of San Francisco. On January 23, then-Supervisor Farrell was voted in as Mayor by his colleagues on the Board of Supervisors, filling the office of the late Mayor Edwin M. Lee.
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