San Francisco Chronicle: SF’s $185 million windfall should go to housing and homelessness

The Chamber, in partnership with the Hotel Council of San Franciscothe San Francisco Travel Association and Golden Gate Restaurant Association, authored an op-ed published in the San Francisco Chronicle advocating for the spending of San Francisco’s $185 million windfall on actionable plans to address the homelessness crisis on our streets. Collectively, we call upon city officials to implement this spending plan and we stand in solidarity with service providers that work directly with individuals experiencing homelessness. Addressing the homelessness and mental health crisis that is evident on our streets is a priority of the San Francisco business community.

Read the Op-ed here