Entrepreneurs, investors and activists look to avoid tensions that have beset San Francisco’s boom.
Volunteer-built haven on a dead-end street sits unused in midst of dispute between skateboarders, city.
Reid voted for it because team brings pride to the city and he feared it would move without an agreement.
Statement by the mayor and city council president seems to indicate they want negotiations to continue.
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‘Oakland isn’t ungovernable, just ungoverned,’ says the latest candidate to enter crowded mayoral race.
And the city’s E.C. Reems Charter School, which serves a very poor neighborhood, has lost its charter.
Term emerged in 1960s London when sociologist described displacement of the poor in working-class areas.