California Law on Political Signs and Banners

Brace yourselves. We’re in the final stretch to election day, and efforts on all sides are going to intensify. That means more junk mail, more TV and radio spots, more fights on social media, more rallies, and, on the home front, more political signs adorning the front lawn and windows. Some of them will be straightforward, while others are a little more, let’s call it colorful. But if you take offense at a particularly vulgar message in the window of

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Triple-Digit Temps, Six-Figure Overbids

  It’s heating up — and I’m not just talking about the triple-digit temperatures around the Bay Area! More than 145 properties have come on the market in San Francisco in the past seven days, signaling what promises to be a heated post-Labor Day selling season for local real estate. September is historically the biggest month for new listings, and while some things change — year-over-year lower inventory, fewer average days on market, higher median prices, etc. — this looks

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Just Passed: Build Rent-Controlled In-Law Units

  The San Francisco Board of Supervisors just unanimously passed legislation allowing for the addition of new in-law units throughout Districts 3 & 8. This affects the following neighborhoods: Chinatown, Nob Hill, Russian Hill, North Beach, Fisherman’s Wharf, Polk Street, the Financial District, Union Square, Castro, Eureka Valley, Upper Market, Noe Valley, Duboce Triangle, Diamond Heights, Glen Park, College Hill, Corona Heights, Buena Vista, Twin Peaks, Mission-Dolores, and parts of the Inner Mission. This comes in the wake of city-wide legislation passed earlier

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8 Washington Street- War or Progress?

On November 5th, voters will decide the fate of the more than three year battle over waterfront parcel 8 Washington Street in San Francisco’s renowned Financial District. A proposal to build a mixed-use, twelve story building has been approved by The Board of Supervisor’s, however local neighbors are putting up a fight. The grassroots group, “No Wall on the Northeast Waterfront” collected over 30,000 signatures in just 30 days to admit the controversial initiative onto the ballot. Now San Francisco

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