San Francisco board seeks remedies to code enforcement complaints

Two supervisors charged that a lack of adequate code enforcement has led to blight from dilapidated or unfinished buildings. 

March 06, 2014 |
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Members of a San Francisco Board of Supervisors committee want changes in city policies for enforcement of city building codes.

Two supervisors charged that a lack of adequate code enforcement has led to blight from dilapidated or unfinished buildings.

One recommended that the city create a central database so departments could know about any complaint that has been made on a property and react more quickly, and said he would draft legislation to improve the blighted property problem.

(http://www.sfexaminer.com/sanfrancisco/supervisors-committee-takes-on-enforcement-of-building-codes/Content?oid=2696711)

 

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