San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s goal of 30,000 new housing units by 2020 in the city is a real possibility but the chance that 10,000 of those units be affordable to low-income residents is not likely, according to a recent report in the San Francisco Business Times. To reach the 10,000 goal, all of the 4,575 units scheduled for rehabilitation in the city’s public housing complexes will have to be completed and more than 5,000 new affordable units will have to be built. This is not likely according to a civil grand jury report.
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