1995

TL Focuses on Crime Prevention

Advocates for the Tenderloin look further than Law Enforcement but instead Crime Prevention. Suggestions for improving the area include allowing new businesses in at a street level, and adding a school and rehab to the neighborhood.

 

 

1995

Inspecting the Inspectors

Prop G passes and creates a seven-member Building Inspection Commission authorized to investigate and act upon public complaints.

 

 

1995

Daily Luxury Suites Illegal, Court Rules

San Francisco Superior Court Judge rules that any rental of an apartment space on a daily basis is unlawful.

This being the first legal victory enforcing the apartment conversion ordinance.

1995

DA Won’t Prosecute Slumlords

THC attorney Steve Collier questions District Attorney Arlo Smith’s track record of prosecuting low-level criminals over slumlords.

1995

Stop Slumlord Welfare

Readers are urged to call Supervisors in opposition of Mayor Jordan’s “direct rent” program, which was essentially a resurgence of the “hot-line hotel” program.

1995

Tenderloin Residents Declare War

Tenderloin residents, merchants, and property owners announce lawsuits against 12 property owners who allow illegal activity in the Tenderloin.