Commentary, Edgardo Cervano-Soto
It was in 1987 when my mom, dad and two older sisters moved out of their apartment unit on South Van Ness and 22nd Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The rent had become too expensive to afford, despite my dad holding down two full-time jobs as a dishwasher and a busboy, getting only [...]Continue Reading →
Interview by Edgardo Cervano-Soto
Richmond Pulse: Vehicle thefts and burglaries are down from last year. Why are these types of property crimes decreasing in Richmond?
Chief Magnus: I wish I could tell you that there is an exact cause and effect to it. Unfortunately that’s what makes the job so difficult, because it is so [...]Continue Reading →
Interview, RP Editors
RP: What do homeowners facing foreclosure in Richmond need to know right now about the city’s plan to invoke eminent domain?
Mayor Gayle McLaughlin: We call it the Cares Program or the Local Sensible Reduction Program because, first and foremost, we would like to continue to call on the banks to work [...]Continue Reading →
News Report • Anna Challet
Richmond will move forward with its plans to seize underwater mortgages using eminent domain, raising the stakes in a test case of whether a city can take on Wall Street and rescue troubled homeowners on its own.
“The City of Richmond and our residents have been badly harmed by [...]Continue Reading →
News Report • Donny Lumpkins and Peter Schurmann
For years Gregory Greer has gotten up in the early morning hours to make the 15-mile trip from his home in Vallejo to his job as a property manager in nearby Richmond. A renter, Greer and his wife, Wynona, say owning a home in Richmond would be [...]Continue Reading →
News Report • Edgardo Cervano-Soto
It took five years of community organizing, government meetings, and filling out grant applications, but the Elm Playlot on 7th and Elm Street is on track to become one of the most innovative parks in the City of Richmond.
Pogo Park, a grassroots non-profit in Richmond, has been overseeing [...]Continue Reading →
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