I used to be a fan of Chip Johnson, the San Francisco Chronicle columnist who writes about the East Bay.
Now I’ve had my confidence shaken.
On Tuesday, Mr. Johnson published a column describing Measure A, the Alameda city charter provision prohibiting multifamily housing and limiting housing density to 21 dwelling units per acre, as “one of the last vestiges of a bygone era.”
I’ve heard that description before, and, indeed, it can be argued in good faith that Measure A is no longer necessary to achieve the goals for which it was enacted. Read more >> about Guest blog: Why you shouldn't believe what you read in the Chronicle