link to failure of B/C
issue of recriminations of nimby-ism -- find links and/or info
failures of the B/C forum:
1) tradeoffs were weak -- 11mil would be used mostly for existing housing stocks and infrastructure. allowing limited public access to private spaces is not public spaces (i.e. williamsburg waterfront)
2) comment on the voter-led planning and how the modern planning process doesn't always accomodate the people most affected by it.
3) the failure to make a case for how this particular building actually resolved the issues of housing stock or density w condos, exemptions
4) in turn, the narrative fails in this capacity -- in a city where much of the population is being currently affected by the current pressures on housing stock, pro b/c forces never really answered them, and in turn, fed the narrative that development is actively against them.
no one denies that density needs to improve to keep SF affordable. but without immediate actions to assist already existing communities within the city, and without actionable planning that takes them, and the externalized conditions of development into consideration, future efforts will likely fail.