San Francisco Proposition P: Affordable Housing Projects on City Property

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Proposition P: San Francisco Minimum Three-Proposal Requirement for Affordable Housing Projects on City Property

Ballot Question: 

Shall the City be prohibited from proceeding with an affordable housing project on City-owned property unless the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development receives at least three proposals; and shall the City incorporate into City law most current criteria for selecting a developer for affordable housing projects on City-owned property?

A “Yes” vote means: 

A yes vote is a vote in favor of this citizen initiative to require three competing proposals to the mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development for any affordable housing projects on city-owned property.

A “No” vote means:

A no vote is a vote against this proposition, leaving no requirements regarding competitive bidding for affordable housing projects proposed to the mayor’s Office of Housing Community Development.

Read the full text of San Francisco Proposition P here.

Source: Ballotpedia