A Board of Supervisors committee approved proposals requiring more heat in San Francisco residential hotels and set stiffer penalties for violators.
Workers and tenants protest slumlord Guenter Kaussen.
Tenderloin Housing Clinic files a class action lawsuit against Guenter Kaussen, who is accused of wrongfully withholding tenants’ deposits.
Tenants in San Francisco are forced to live in poor living conditions. The Tenderloin Housing Clinic helps defend these tenants rights.
Tenderloin Housing Clinic offers legal representation to former tenants of the Sequoia hotel who are interested in moving back in once renovation is complete.
Tenderloin Housing Clinic letter to Dept of Social Services in hopes of DSS funding THC’s Modified Payments Program.
A comprehensive study of residential hotel room rates has determined that 90% of San Francisco’s General Assistance population cannot afford a permanent place to live
Memo to Modified Payment Tenants about job opportunities and check day operations.
The progress made and work needed at some of San Francisco’s residential hotels is outlined.
Lawsuit is filled to stop the hotels from making money off illegal activities.