June 29, 2016
San Francisco’s short-term housing debate is heating up. Wanted fliers were plastered all around Chinatown last week, but the dozen people depicted in the posters aren’t accused of committing a crime. Instead, someone is accusing them of gentrifying the neighborhood and “destroying affordable housing” for low-income and immigrant families — by renting apartment units on Airbnb. “I think it’s an expression of the frustration people all over San Francisco are feeling,” Supervisor Aaron Peskin said….
Source: http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Wanted-Flyers-Across-Chinatown-Accuse-12-San-Francisco-Residents-of-Airbnbing-Our-Community-384774561.html