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Prop L wins

by mark B. (mark [at] wmuc.umd.edu)
SF Props L and P win
In SF's closest vote, Prop L squeaked by with a narrow victory. The proposition seeks to protect the city's vital artistic, cultural, community service, and housing resources by imposing restrictions on office development.

Meanwhile, San Francisco voters sent an even stronger message, this time to Washington, with their overwhelming support for a full clean-up of the Hunters Point U.S. Navy facility. It was by far the most lopsided vote for a local proposition yesterday.
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by GREEDYLANDLORD
Spoke too soon didn't ya. Prop "L" is goin down. Just like that twit Gore. Seems old sfindymedia is just as dumb as its, "corporate" counterparts. N went in the toilet too. A new day is dawning in San Francisco. Out with all the useless shitheel do nothings that have inexorably flocked to our beautiful city. In with productive tax paying humans who will slowly but surely restore us to a Republican majority. San Francisco was once a place where normal people made their homes and raised their families. A return of that day is just around the corner. All thats left to do, is to price all you worthless, carpetbagging, left wing assholes out of town. Back to all the bumfuck burgs from whence you were banished, by no doubt decent people who recognized you for the scum that you are and always will be.
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