May 19, 2014 0 Comments in Ballot initiative, Land Use, Waterfront by

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On June 3rd, San Francisco voters will decide the future of the City’s waterfront. Prop B, the “Waterfront Height Limits Right to Vote Act,” would require any new development on Port-owned land that exceeds existing height limits to go to the ballot for voter approval. The SFHAC strongly opposes the measure as ballot-box planning that oversimplifies complex issues and negates years of public processes. (Read more about our stance here.) Thousands of new homes proposed on what is now derelict industrial land would be threatened by Prop B. Please vote No on B on June 3rd and tell your friends! Join the campaign now and show your support on Facebook. Check out the list of groups that oppose Prop B:
1.  San Francisco Chronicle
2.  San Francisco Democratic Party
3.  San Francisco Young Democrats
4.  San Francisco Parks Alliance
5.  San Francisco League of Conservation Voters
6.  San Francisco Housing Action Coalition (SFHAC)
7.  San Francisco Business Times
8.  San Francisco Labor Council
9.  Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club
10. Asian Pacific Democratic Club
11. City Democratic Club
12. Noe Valley Democratic Club
13. Westside Chinese Democratic Club
14. San Francisco Planning and Urban Research (SPUR)
15. San Francisco Firefighters Local 798
16. San Francisco Police Officers Association
17. San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council
18. San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
19. Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)
20. Log Cabin Republicans
21. Operating Engineers Local Union 3
22. LiUNA! Local 261
23. IBEW Local 6
24. Sheet Metal Workers Local 104
25. Iron Workers Local Union 377
26. Phillip Randolph Institute – San Francisco Chapter

 

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