LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Bay Area): "Neighborhood preference program for affordable housing proves effective"; "New Muni Metro cars' benches don't sit well with riders"; "S.F. Ethics Commssioner Quentin Kopp resigns, says politicians unafraid of agency"; "Jumping BART's fare gates rarely results in any consequences -- tickets go unpaid" ....
Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 1:33PM
Emma

***Various items relating to local issues/local government, in and/or around the Bay Area....

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "Neighborhood preference program for affordable housing proves effective"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "New Muni Metro cars' benches don't sit well with riders"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "S.F. Ethics Commissioner Quentin Kopp resigns, says politicans unafraid of agency"

* San Francisco Chronicle:  "Jumping BART's fare gates rarely results in any consequences -- tickets go unpaid"

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