Campos proposes moratorium on new housing in the Mission

Supervisor David Campos proposed a halt to new housing production in his District this week. 

Urgency Ordinance approving an interim zoning moratorium on the issuance of any permits to demolish, merge, convert, or construct housing projects, as defined, on the issuance of any permits to demolish, convert, or eliminate Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR), and to create an exception from the interim zoning moratorium for the issuance of permits for 100% affordable housing projects, as defined, and to allow the elimination of PDR uses where necessary to permit 100% affordable housing projects, in a portion of the Mission Area Plan of the General Plan (comprising the area bounded by the north side of Cesar Chavez, from the east side of Valencia to the west side of Potrero; the west side of Potrero, from the north side of Cesar Chavez to the south side of 20th Street; the south side of 20th Street, from the west side of Potrero to the west side of Bryant; the west side of Bryant, from the south side of 20th Street to the south side of Division; the south side of Division, from the west side of Bryant to the east side of Valencia; the east side of Valencia, from the south side of Division to the north side of Cesar Chavez); affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making findings of consistency with the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1.”

Although normal courtesy at the Board of Supervisors generally allows individual Supervisors to set land use policy for their Districts, the Chronicle predicts that he’s going to have a hard time pulling together the 9 votes needed for passage. Read more 

 

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