March 23, 2018 – Zelda Bronstein of the Daily Berkeley Planet writes about the BART board’s vote of conditional support for SB 827. Senior Staff Attorney David Zisser is mentioned in the article:
During public comment at the BART Board’s March 8 meeting, Public Advocates Senior Staff Attorney David Zisser said that the tenants rights community is “extremely concerned” about the SB 827’s silence on affordable housing and land value capture (returning to the public some of the jump in property values resulting from public investment in transit). Zisser asked the Board to oppose or at least not support the bill.
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