No. 40, October 2004

U.N. Plaza
takes a hit

unfazed by
low ranking


Daly fears supes will back Muni

Prop. 63 pot of gold
Mental health looks like a winner

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Tenderloin Talkin'

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Nonprofit developers,city ready to ease housing crisis
By Tom Carter

Prop. L author not registered to vote in S.F. – office a mailbox
Campaign gets new front man from City – filing in question
By Phil Tracy

10% more diners at St. Anthony’s
And more are getting back in line for seconds and thirds {Futures Collaborative}
by Marjorie Beggs

U.N. Plaza dings don’t daunt mayor
By Tom Carter

Tenderloin fights on to stymie 38-Geary cuts
Daly dubious supervisors on transit authority will overturn plan to slash bus stops
By Tom Carter

Mental health care could hit jackpot
Prop. 63: ‘People are responding because this issue hits home’
By Phil Tracy

Painter’s perspective – not such an odd fellow
By Phil Tracy

Central City Extra is published monthly by San Francisco Study Center Inc., a private nonprofit serving the community since 1972. The Extra is published through grants from the S.F. Hotel Tax Fund and the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund. The contents are copyrighted by the San Francisco Study Center, 1095 Market Street, Suite 602, San Francisco, CA 94103.

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Editor and Publisher: Geoffrey Link
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Contributors: Adrian D. Varnedoe, Diamond Dave, William Crain, Mark Hedin, Phil Tracy, John Burks, Eric Robertson, Meg Dixit
EditorialAdvisory Committee: David Baker, Michael Nulty, Debbie Larkin, Nicholas Rosenberg, Brad Paul, Tariq Alazraie