By Myrna Melgar
For the past 10 years in San Francisco, eight jobs have been created for every housing unit built. This has fueled both income inequality and a shortage of housing felt most acutely by those who have not shared in the prosperity. The pandemic has only served to exacerbate this problem, with more people facing housing insecurity, eviction, and homelessness. We have particularly failed to produce housing for low income and middle class families.