Bay Area depopulation diminishes taxes, possibly beneath city survival. Jeff Bliss, #PacificWatch, @JCBliss

Oct 10, 02:38 AM
Image: House on Steiner Street; San Francisco earthquake, 1906



Bay Area depopulation diminishes taxes, possibly beneath city survival.  Jeff Bliss, #PacificWatch, @JCBliss


https://www.sfchronicle.com/business/article/S-F-sales-tax-data-shows-likely-population-15632448.php

Jeff Bliss, #PacificWatch, Pacific Watch, in re: The Bay Area—the decline and fall of a great city. The Chronicle reports a population decline in SF, which counts on taxes to survive.  It's a ghost town.   It has a plan of 41 points, including reforming permits.  Wouldn't cleaning up the homeless and drugs help solve it?  Yes, but power and money come in for these problems.  People leave the city, county, state. It's beyond imagination.  Disneyland is still closed and is deeply in debt.