Golden Gate University Law Review


Mark Cohen


What follows in this article is a discussion of: (1) the problems that have resulted in ten of San Francisco's neighborhood commercial streets due to economic revitalization that has been rapid and disorganized; (2) the City of San Francisco's attempt to deal with these problems by means of the Neighborhood Commercial Special Use District ordinance currently in effect; (3) how the provisions of the ordinance work; (4) the legal issues involved; and, (5) the planning and sociological principles the ordinance seeks to advance.

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