Warren Hinkle exposes the continued failure of the Bureau of Building Inspection (BBI) to protect low-income residents, the BBI’s unfair harassment of homeowners, and the impending disbandment of the BBI with the passage of Prop G.
Tag: Prop G
The Case for Prop. G
Randy Shaw advocates for Proposition G in a 1994 letter to the Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Letter to the Editor Re: Prop. G
In 1994, Randy Shaw writes to the San Francisco Examiner Editor to clarify THC’s support of Prop G not being the result of personal bias against building inspectors, but of outrage at the BBI’s failure to uphold livable housing conditions for low-income residents.
Inspecting the Inspectors: New Building Commission Beings Work
The Building Inspection Commission, created in 1995 by the passage of Proposition G, begins its work to properly tackle building code enforcement.