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Proposition J

Marc Arguello

October 29, 2015

By Marc Arguello Proposition J would establish a legacy business historic preservation fund. If approved, a 'legacy list' of businesses in the city that have been around for at least 20 years would be eligible to receive benefits from the city. Any business that the city considers to be a legacy b...

Proposition D

Jordan Lalata

October 29, 2015

By Jordan Lalata Sponsored and funded by the San Francisco Giants, a yes vote on this measure will convert Lot A, a surface parking lot south of AT&T Park, into something more dramatic and vibrant. The Mission Rock project achieves to create 40 percent affordable housing to low and middle-income individu...

Proposition G

Naomi Outlaw

October 29, 2015

By Naomi Outlaw Also known as the “San Francisco Renewable Energy Truth In Advertising Act”, Proposition G will require the City to define renewable, greenhouse-gas free electricity as electricity solely derived from renewable resources located or adjacent to California, or electricity generated...

Proposition B

Carlos Mendoza

October 29, 2015

By Carlos Mendoza Proposition B’s plan on expanding paid parental leave for all employees that work for the City and County of San Francisco is miniscule to the majority but helpful to the minority. The proposition that is supported by Supervisor Katy Tang, will allow all government employee...

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