Below are the propositions on which MEDA has taken a position, aligning with the organization’s mission.
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Yes on A
$310 million to keep San Francisco affordable, with part of the money earmarked to the Mission.
Yes on D
The San Francisco Giants’ development will include 40 percent affordable units for low-, moderate- and middle-income San Franciscans.
Yes on F
Preserve our existing rent-controlled housing stock by keeping it from being converted to hotel uses.
Pause for a Plan for the Mission.
An 18-month pause on luxury-rate developments in the Mission, during which time the City would work with the community to develop a Neighborhood Stabilization Plan by January 31, 2017.
Yes on J
Legacy Business Historic Preservation Fund.
Preserve longtime, community-serving neighborhood businesses, art groups and nonprofits.
Yes on K
Surplus Public Lands.
Use surplus public lands to house San Franciscans, from the most vulnerable homeless families to moderate-income residents.
No on C
Lobbyists should be regulated, but nonprofits/unions should not be lumped with corporate fronts.
No on E
Public meetings should be open and accessible, but not turned over to Internet spammers and corporate lobbyists.