Proposition B was a June 2014 citywide ballot measure. Its official definition is: "The existing maximum building height limits on the San Francisco waterfront shall be preserved and shall not be increased unless a height limit increase is approved by San Francisco voters." In other words, voters will vote on any project on the waterfront and decide its fate by approving it or killing it if the project's building heights exceed the current zoned height limit.
The ballot measure that passed with 59.4% though the voting turnout was a record low.
- YES on Prop B website, No Wall on the Waterfront
- NO on Prop B website, No on Prop B
- "Summary of City Responses to Waterfront Building Height" - on Socketsite
- "Election 2014: San Francisco's Proposition B" - on KQED
- "The Unintended Effects of Direct Democracy" - on Markasaurus
- "SFHAC Says VOTE NO on Proposition B June 3rd" - on SF Housing Action Coalition
- "How to Prevent SF's Housing Crisis from Getting Even Worse: Vote No on Prop B Today" - on TechCrunch
- "Prop B Impact: Two Major Developments Now at Risk" - on Socketsite
- "Why you Should Really Hate San Francisco Politics" - on Medium
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