S.F.'s Troubled Redevelopment Scheme
The San Francisco Examiner has this editorial about the Bayview/Hunter's Point lawsuit. Excerpt:
We’re not excited about subjecting the fate of private property to an election, but neither do we like it when developers team with politicians to run roughshod over property rights. It appears The City should offer more assurances and rule out any Kelo fantasies. The mayor’s newly-formed citizen committee can make that a priority.
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