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|March 4th on Maximus :: No Monster in the Mission District|
|Date||Wednesday March 04|
|Time||5:45 PM - 7:15 PM|
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261 Laborers Union Hall
3271 18th Street at Shotwell
San Francisco, California 94110
Please join the PLAZA 16 COALITION, CALLE 24 LATINO CULTURAL DISTRICT, OUR MISSION NO EVICTION, and the LATINO DEMOCRATIC CLUB in this action to stop the monster luxury development at 16th and Mission.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4
MEET at 5:45 PM
LABORERS LOCAL 261 UNION HALL
3721 18TH STREET at SHOTWELL
On March 4th we will march into Maximus's public meeting. We will demand truly affordable housing for our community not monster luxury towers and meager "community benefits."
::: Help us plan and prepare for this crucial event! :::
Wednesday, February 25th, 6PM
474 Valencia Street near 16th
Contact Andy [at] Plaza16.org for more info.
MAXIMUS Real Estate Partners--the developers who have proposed the twin 10-story towers at 16th and Mission Street, better known as the MONSTER IN THE MISSION--have announced a public meeting on March 4th.
At this meeting Maximus will present a package of "community benefits" intended to mitigate the tremendous detrimental impact their development would have upon the Mission District.
But, of course, no meager community benefits package will make up for the drastically increased residential and commercial rents and the widespread displacement this project will cause in our community.
At this meeting we will have an opportunity to face representatives of Maximus directly and tell them that the only community benefit we need is affordable housing and that we refuse to let them build their luxury towers in our community.
Contact Andy [at] Plaza16.org for more info.
Plaza 16 Coalition Endorsers/Supporters
Abalone Alliance Clearinghouse • Alliance for a Better District Six • ACCE (Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment) • Barrios Unidos • California Coaltion for Women Prisoners • Calle 24 Arts Consortium (Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, BRAVA! for Women in the Arts, Precita Eyes Muralists, Accion Latina, and Galeria de la Raza) • CARECEN • Calle 24 Latino Cultural District • Calle 24 Merchants (La Victoria, L’s Cafe, El Nuevo Fruitlandia, Sunrise Cafe, Praxis, Explorist International, Mission Skates, Modern Times, Alley Cat Books, Luara’s Beauty Salon, Dju Jewelry, Mixcoatl, Linda Wilson Photo Archivist, El Tecolote, Laura Campos Muralist, Linda Beenau, Wonderdog Rescue, Dog Earred Books) • Carnaval Mural Restoration Committee • Casa Sanchez • Causa Justa :: Just Cause • Center for Political Education • The Chocolate Project • Encatada Gallery • Cesar Chavez Parade and Festival Committee • Central City Democrats • Coalition on Homelessness • CODEPINK SF • Chile Lindo • Círculo de Vida • Clarion Alley Mural Project • Dolores Street Community Services • District Eight Democrats • Eviction Free San Francisco • Eviction Mapping Project • Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club • Global Exchange • Historic Liberty Hill Street Neighbors • HOMEY (Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth) • Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco • Instituto Familiar de La Raza • Instituto Laboral de la Raza • Idriss Stelley Foundation • Ingelsia Catolica Angelica Latino American • International Indian Treaty Council SF Office • Jade Lotus Midwifery • Jon Gollinger (No Wall on the Waterfront) • La Colectiva • Latin Business Network and Community • Latin Zone Productions • LMNOP Neighborhood Association • Madres Unidas por California • MEDA (Mission Economic Development Agency) • Mission Girls • Mission Films • Mission Neighborhood Centers • Mission Neighborhood Resource Center • Mission Small Business Association • National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW) • Nine Dream • Our Mission NO Eviction • PODER • Precita Center • Prisoners with Children • Progressive Women Rising • Puerto Alegre • Redstone Labor Temple Association • Ruckus Society • San Francisco Latino Democratic Club • San Francisco Food Not Bombs • San Francisco Lowrider Council • San Francisco Print Collective • San Francisco Tenants Union • San Francisco Tomorrow • senseofplace LAB • SEIU Local 1021 • Shaping San Francisco • Sierra Club • Station 40 • Susana y su Orquesta Adelante • Teatro Homies • Techies Against Displacement • Tenant Association Coalition • United Educators of San Francisco • Urban Habitat • Urban Music Presents • Valencia Corridor Merchants Association • Victory Outreach • Western Regional Advocacy Project • The Women’s Building of San Francisco