A new progressive agenda - Page 5

A series of community forums helped us craft a platform for the next mayor

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New construction in Mission Bay: Are we building a community -- or building a city for rich people?
GUARDIAN PHOTO BY MIRISSA NEFF

3. Planning should be for the community, not developers.

4. Energy efficiency programs should be targeted to disadvantaged communities.

5. Pay attention to the urban food revolution, encourage resident owned farmers markets. Use unused public land for local food and community gardens.

6. Provide complete information on what parts of the city are fill, and stop allowing development in areas that are going to be inundated with sea level rise.

7. Prioritize local distributed generation of electricity and public ownership of the power grid.

8. Change Clean Energy San Francisco from a purchasing pool system to a generating system.