SF Planning Housing Element Workshop

From SF Planning Dept.:

Please join us! Director John Rahaim will lead a two part discussion on the Housing Element with interested community members.

Outstanding Issues around the Housing Element. The Planning Department and Planning Commission continue to receive comments on draft 1 and draft 2 of the 2009 Housing Element update. The Director will lead a focused discussion on key issues.

The Department’s work program, related to the Housing Element. The Director will present ongoing and future Department work products that relate to issues the community has raised in relation to the Housing Element, including a discussion of the Department’s work program.

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