Lawsuit says city violated state law by approving project that lets tech shuttles use Muni bus stops.
Those who want more regulation of home-sharing, and those who oppose it, sound off at City Hall.
Not all the residents agreed to take $3,000 apiece and leave. Some will stay until they’re forced out.
Suit says conversion of residential units to tourist hotels significantly contributes to housing crisis.
Some encampment residents will receive $3,000 to leave and stay away for a year.
Some residents complain the neighborhood is a dumping ground for unwanted city projects.
Infusion of money from city could be used to help tenants hire attorneys to fight threat of displacement.
Artist says she can’t afford to live in iconic Marin town that was subject of her bouncy 1970 hit song.
Profusion of new devices lets law enforcement gather data about personal lives of law-abiding citizens.