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Phil Ting
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California Reinvestment Coalition released a new report today that analyzes HAMP data and surveys housing counselors. The report reveals that California homeowners are having trouble accessing sustainable home loan modifications, and that borrowers of color are disproportionately facing specific problems that are making it more difficult for them to access modifications. http://fb.me/Wo2NVtG1
California Reinvestment Coalition. Go! Home; About. Mission; History; Our Work; Staff; Board of Directors; FAQ. Issues. California Foreclosure Crisis; Predatory Mortgage Lending; Payday Lenders and Ch...
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Schools suffer from Prop 13 - we pay 50% less per pupil than what NY and NJ do - $15k vs $8k - Close The Loophole! http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-07-12/california-schools-suffering-as-proposition-13-tax-cap-breeds-fiscal-chaos.html
Three decades after Californians voted to limit their property taxes and helped start a national revolt with Proposition 13, some consequences are still emerging.
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Everyone in San Francisco should have Internet access. We can - and should - work together to close the digital divide. Please read my latest blog and share it with your friends. http://www.resetsanfrancisco.org/news/jul-11-11/san-francisco-digital-divide
The digital divide, or the gap between those with regular, effective access to digital technology and those without, is becoming an increasingly critical problem in San Francisco. As more and more inf...
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Excited to try out Google+ and looking forward to the iPhone app
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  • City and County of San Francisco
    Assessor-Recorder, 2005 - present