Dan

Dan
I co-founded Neighborland with Candy Chang and Tee Parham. Our mission is to help people shape the development of their neighborhoods. 
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I agree that all forms of private transport should meet the environmental standards of our public transit system.

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Broke Ass Stuart's latest video is spot on - www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLidOS...

How to Solve San Francisco's Street Poop Problem

A funny and informative video on solving San Francisco's street poop problem. Made in collaboration with Broke-Ass Stuart. Find my other project on ww...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLidOS...

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From SPUR:

This November, San Francisco voters will have the chance to pass a $310 million bond for affordable housing — a key part of the broader $2.7 billion plan for funding affordable housing in San Francisco over the next 20 years. While the last two affordable housing bonds failed to get the needed two-thirds vote, we are very optimistic we can pass the measure this time. SPUR’s executive director, Gabriel Metcalf, is co-chairing the campaign, along with Gail Gilman of Community Housing Partnership and Eric Tao of AGI Capital. We hope this campaign will be a core focus of everyone who believes in the need to add housing supply at all levels in San Francisco.

www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article...

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Supervisors, mayor reach agreement on November housing bond

“Our affordable housing crisis is today,” said Supervisor Mark Farrell, chairman of the Budget & Finance Committee. “This housing crisis demands our continued coordinated action and leadership,” he said in a statement. [...] it’s also a victory for the board’s progressive bloc, which got Lee to boost the size of the bond after insisting for...

www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article...

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"The Bay Bridge Steel Program, being administered by Oakland Museum of California (OMCA), was created in response to significant public interest from Bay Area artists and creative communities in making steel from the bridge available for repurposing and reuse. The program’s intent is to preserve elements of the original 1936 East Span of the Bay Bridge, as well as its legacy as a major landmark and historic icon, by making salvaged steel available for incorporation into public and civic art projects throughout the State of California."

museumca.org/bay-bridge-steel

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