SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Growth and planning: San Francisco’s role in the region

"Though not the most populous city in the Bay Area, San Francisco is the center of the region. How much should San Francisco grow, both in terms of housing and jobs, relative to the region? How can San Francisco be a leader in implementing SB 375, a new statewide anti-sprawl legislation? How can we work as a region to support localities that accept growth? Join San Francisco Planning Director John Rahaim and Association of Bay Area Governments Planning Director Ken Kirkey for an exciting discussion about San Francisco’s role in the region."

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