Neighbors Ask Judge to Halt Construction of San Fran Homeless Shelter



By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views

San Fran has a massive homeless problem.  Billions—yes billions are being spent (at least allocated) to fight the problem of homelessness and affordable housing).  Nice words when the politicians demand higher taxes and fees.  When it comes down to actually fixing the problem—nothing but laughter.

“A neighborhood group asked a state judge on Thursday to halt the ongoing construction of a 200-bed shelter in San Francisco, arguing the city failed to get required approval from a state commission that oversees public lands.

Representing the group Safe Embarcadero For All, which believes the project will bring more crime, drug use and unclean streets to a bayside neighborhood, attorney Peter Prows argued that only the California Lands Commission can approve such a project on a designated seawall lot.”

Stop complaining about the problem when you are a hypocrite.  This is another example of how Leftists complain about a problem—but if they are part of the solution, they want no part of it.  San Fran—town of hypocrites.

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Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant.

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Dave Edmonds

So sad to see what San Francisco has become. Used to be a beautiful place for the most part and now look at what Liberal policies and programs have done, yet people still vote in individuals that have no intention of fixing anything.

We’re moving out of California since this has become the norm in the entire state. So sad.