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Campos Proposes Bill To Aid Evicted Tenants

The average rental price for all apartments in San Francisco was $3,414, and the average home price is more than $1 million, according to a report on the displacement crisis in San Francisco.

Via SFBay:

CITY HALL — Long-term San Francisco residents evicted under the Ellis Act would receive higher compensation from landlords under legislation proposed by San Francisco Supervisor David Campos.

In an effort to keep evicted tenants in The City, the Campos bill would require landlords to pay relocation payments amounting to the difference between the tenant’s current rent and market rate rents for two years.

Supervisor Campos spoke at a press conference Monday morning along with tenants facing eviction and a group of tenant advocates:

“Almost every renter in San Francisco is just one evictio...

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