San Francisco Housing Authority
Abandoned gas stations are being cleaned up to satisfy San Francisco’s frenzied demand for housing. Ken Bastida reports for KPIX 5.
San Francisco Supervisor David Campos is calling for the creation of a public housing collaborative in the wake of a scathing audit of the city’s housing authority, but others think any money should go to the units themselves.
A scathing audit released Monday by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ Budget and Legislative Analyst has exposed multiple problems within San Francisco Housing Authority.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee said on Thursday that he has no plans to search for a new head for the city’s troubled Housing Authority after the recent firing of its executive director, Henry Alvarez.
At a private meeting on Tuesday, the San Francisco Housing Authority Board of Commissioners fired Henry Alvarez, the agency’s embattled director.
The embattled head of San Francisco’s Housing Authority, who is on paid medical leave, is apparently opening a restaurant in Berkeley with his wife. And, that’s not sitting well with at least one San Francisco lawmaker.
There have been at least 10 murders in and around the Sunnydale this year, and countless more shootings. San Francisco’s Sunnydale-Velasco Housing Project hides its residents in dilapidated apartments from what occurs in the streets right outside.
The embattled head of the San Francisco Housing Authority, under investigation and being sued over complaints of bullying and intimidating employees, has now come under fire by low income tenants who live in the buildings his agency manages.
A judge’s ruling could threaten the San Francisco Housing Authority’s future use of injunctions to keep people with criminal pasts away from public housing projects.