One candidate in the San Francisco mayor’s race wants to shake out the pockets of real estate developers. Another wants to sue speculators who he said are putting people out on the street. A third called for a rigorous analysis of the city’s housing stock.
Those were among dozens of proposals floated at a housing-focused mayoral town hall Saturday afternoon in the Tenderloin, where four contenders for the office — Supervisor Jane Kim, veteran Democrat Mark Leno, civil rights attorney Angela Alioto and community organizer Amy Farah Weiss — held court for an hour and a half.
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