Can the supervisors save manufacturing in San Francisco?


Zelda Bronstein is back with further analysis of the Planning Department’s commitment to good working class jobs. In her study of their efforts to encourage construction of new PDR (production, distribution and repair) space by allowing three times more high tech offices in areas where they’re currently not allowed, she does touch upon the uncomfortable irony I continue to bring up that our Planning Department staff is undermining and destroying existing PDR space less than a block away from many of the properties covered in their legislation and there is no indication that they are willing to reconsider their illogical direction.

Bronstein’s piece, “Can the supervisors save manufacturing in San Francisco?” appears in today’s edition of Tim Redmond’s “48 Hills, the Secrets of San Francisco.”



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