Category: Affordable Housing

Spring is Coming Soon

Spring does not start until March 20. But housing markets are being planned with new fertilizer. The fertilizer is a wave of housing legislation intended to simulate housing markets. Can state and regional government overcome market forces and […]

Councilpersons Manage Traffic in Their Towns?

What Describes How Most Councilpersons Manage Traffic in Their Towns? Bold Leadership Help Us Reach New Heights. Subscribe to your local newspapers. Share this free newsletter with your neighbors.  Analysis and optimism are more important than […]

Politics of Housing

  Dear Readers, This issue moves to the politics of increasing housing supply with the presumption of lowering the costs of buying a home…any home. We urge our readers to ask themselves five big, scary questions: What […]

Affordable Housing

Affordable Housing for Whom? When and Where? Dear Readers, The Wall St. Journal reported March-dated lumber futures are at record prices after climbing more than 50% in 14 months. Tariffs on steel and aluminum would further inflate […]

Managing growth or not? What Can California Cities Control?

    Another City in Pension Liability Swamp “Millbrae officials are defending themselves against a recent report alleging the city is the most leveraged among all municipalities…. The California Policy Center claims the $3.7 million owed […]


 Volume VII | May 1, 2017 This newsletter strives to place jobs, housing and transportation into useful context for San Francisco Peninsula residents. We search the local press for articles that feature stories on these […]