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The SF bookstore owner with a direct line to Marc Benioff by Comprehensive-Dig-34 in sanfrancisco

[–]Comprehensive-Dig-34[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

“But my biggest issue with Christin is that she handed out hundreds of tents to homeless people during COVID”

Bingo!

Because she doesn’t hate the homeless and because she works to defend her neighbors and fellow human beings against miserable assholes who attack them at every turn, blaming them for their own misfortune.

“Christin Evans gets love from the press for her homelessness advocacy, but she is reviled in the Haight.”

Correction: While she may be reviled by you and a handful of other cranks using Reddit and Twitter to promote hate based on the identity and vulnerability of these homeless people, you do not speak for the neighborhood or any neighborhood group.

If this Neighborhood Small Business owner is so “reviled”, why is she a respected community leader working to help less fortunate people in our community?

If she is so “reviled”, why has she been elected “Board member of Haight Ashbury Neighborhood Council” and “President of Haight Ashbury Merchants Association”?

Which neighborhood groups do you lead, proryder41?

More than anything, your claims of revulsion look like the sort of “projection” we have all come to associate with far right politics and social media sociopathy.

Harsh words but few answers in hearing on building where 'everything was done wrong' by Comprehensive-Dig-34 in bayarea

[–]Comprehensive-Dig-34[S] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

FTA:

“Supervisor Hillary Ronen, who called today’s hearing, took this opportunity to light into the City Attorney’s office. In July, the City Attorney reached a settlement, dinging this building’s developers $1.2 million. Ronen, however, said this was a pittance: Going by the $3,000 a month rent a hotel maintenance worker told the Chronicle in July that he paid, and doing back-of-the envelope math regarding the 20 illegal units built at the address, Ronen computed that since this building was greenlit, the landlords have bagged $3.24 million in rent on those 20 units.

In short: Crime pays.

“We’ve settled for crumbs in this case and put 30 families in danger,” she said. “Thank God there hasn’t been a fire in that building. We’d have had dead bodies on our hands.”

Harsh words but few answers in hearing on building where 'everything was done wrong' by Comprehensive-Dig-34 in sanfrancisco

[–]Comprehensive-Dig-34[S] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

FTA:

“Supervisor Hillary Ronen, who called today’s hearing, took this opportunity to light into the City Attorney’s office. In July, the City Attorney reached a settlement, dinging this building’s developers $1.2 million. Ronen, however, said this was a pittance: Going by the $3,000 a month rent a hotel maintenance worker told the Chronicle in July that he paid, and doing back-of-the envelope math regarding the 20 illegal units built at the address, Ronen computed that since this building was greenlit, the landlords have bagged $3.24 million in rent on those 20 units.

In short: Crime pays.

“We’ve settled for crumbs in this case and put 30 families in danger,” she said. “Thank God there hasn’t been a fire in that building. We’d have had dead bodies on our hands.”