in october of 2012, the mdc was given an overview from the san francisco department of public health about their supportive housing programs including information about the homeless outreach team. november 2012 brought together representative from the mayor's office on disability, senior and disability action and the mission sro collaborative to provide community perspectives on supportive housing and sro's. sro's are single room occupancy hotels. at the february meeting, they providing an overview of programs at the mayor's office of hope. hope stands for housing opportunity housing engagements. today we'll be hearing from the mayor's point of view on housing. we'll discuss proposition c, the affordable housing trust fund to expand on affordable housing in san francisco. it was the hope of many that the proposition c trust fund would replace the funds lost by the elimination by the redevelopment agency. while that maybe true in the long run, there may be likely declining budgets for the next several years. therefore it's of great concern for housing issues and interest in the presen
within the jurisdiction of the mdc. each speaker is limited to we give you three minutes. and we have miss jackie. i was >> i was at the meeting. since my horse is not dead, i can serve as a drum. i'm going to the fact that we have had an ada compliant accommodation april 30, 2010 and i would like to give the mayor's office an at some opportunity the proposals that we included in this ordinance. carla was not the director at the time, the other person was. who is no longer with us. i have my reasons. so carla now it's going to be on you to get the money and get to the media and let's get out there, the bicycle coalition, every time i turn around, when i'm not playing dodge by the. when they say it was ride bike to workday. it was right your bike on the sidewalk to workday. wow. you know, i didn't even have a cane. well this segways into something i found, i found my original july 27, 2009 fax to the civil rights squad and it had to do with the port a potties being placed on the sidewalk at the folsom street fares. there is to be a 4 foot wide clear path. 24/7, 365. i filed
you have one particular tock, mdc holdings. this one of the tightest well-run companies in the housing industry. why do you like it? >> it has all the charactertics we like. founder still runs it. very flush balance sheet. over half a billion dollars tack they put to work. good core business. they focus on first-time and first-time move-up buyers. you were talking about the price action in home depot. if you talk about the press release for the quarter for home depot they off to a better than expected start to the year because of housing. now there are two consecutive quarters management at home depot said what was a big head wind, housing is a tailwind. we like mdc. people are concerned about price inflation or land inflation. we think who will get squeezed ultimately not publicly-traded builders but mom-and-pop builders who don't have the capital to participate. liz: i like tim and i know david likes tim, when he comes on with picks they do well. your last 2:00 picks up 20%. as we continue through some of these other names i'
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