The city planning department has given the green light to the builders as long as they add more community benefits.
Neighbors complain about homes with 15 or more bedrooms, but they’re defended by a man who said they serve multigenerational households.
But the committee postponed action on a measure to extend the sit-lie ban to areas around schools and libraries.
Only about half as many high rises built before 1975 would have to be retrofitted under an amended version of the measure.
Burning more discards could save money as recycling gets more expensive, but environmentalists say it’s the cost of caring for the planet.
Residents of the camp are scrambling to make do by getting water from relatives and nearby parks.
Jerry Gibson and Karen Chang will join the seven-member panel that oversees the embattled police department.
City and state data on their whereabouts is spotty. Advocates say permanent housing is the only true solution.
Sorting and selling recyclables hauled away in blue bins no longer makes economic sense, the audit found.