Proposition D and the Future of Housing in San Francisco

This November, San Francisco voters are being asked to vote on a number of ballot measures, local and statewide. One of those local measures is Proposition D, which aims to spur the development of affordable housing in a city that was recognized by the state government as having "the longest timelines in the state for advancing housing projects, . . . among the highest housing and construction costs, and [the state] has received more complaints about San Francisco than any other local jurisdiction."

To discuss Proposition D and its plan for removing bureaucratic roadblocks, we'll hear from Maureen Sedonaen, the CEO of Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco, and State Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco).

Join us in-person or online for a timely program to help you decide what choices you want to make when you fill out your ballot.


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Maureen Sedonaen

CEO, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco

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Scott Wiener

State Senator (D-San Francisco)

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John Zipperer

Producer and Host, Week to Week Political Roundtable; Vice President of Media & Editorial, The Commonwealth Club of California; Former Senior Editor, Affordable Housing Finance and Apartment Finance Today Magazines—Moderator