Pittsfield Special Town Council Meeting The Town Council will hold a short meeting on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 5:30 pm in the Council Chambers at the Pittsfield Municipal Building, 112 Somerset Avenue, Pittsfield to consider assessment/tax commitment items for the 2014 taxes; payment of monthly MSAD#53 and weekly payroll warrants; and tax acquired bids. More
80-year-old bicyclist hit by a car in York YORK, Maine — An 80-year-old York man riding a bicycle on Ridge Road Saturday morning was struck by vehicle as he attempted to make a left turn, according to local police. Robert Stewart was taken to a hospital by ambulance with injuries that were not life-threatening, according to a police … More
Beth Moore Simulcast Manchester, Maine – September 13, 2014 – For the third year, Hope Baptist Church on Rt 202 in Manchester will be bringing well-known Bible teacher and best-selling author Beth Moore via live simulcast on Saturday September 13. The event, which is now in its 16th year, both challenges and encourages … More
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Belfast police seek evidence of Adams' IRA past McGuinness, a former IRA commander who today is the senior Catholic in Northern Ireland's unity government, told a street rally ... In a fresh reminder Saturday that some IRA members remain armed, a Belfast man was arraigned on charges of possessing ... 05/3/2014 - 12:58 am | View Link
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The problem is that while there is no shortage of demand at the moment - companies like Google, LinkedIn, Dropbox and Pinterest seem to have an insatiable appetite for expansion space - developers are bumping up against Proposition M, a 1986 San Francisco voter-approved law that caps the amount of new office space allowed at 875,000 square feet per year.
During periods of modest growth the space bank can grow - the amount available under the cap typically swells to 4 million or 5 million square feet in down markets - but becomes a factor during boom times like the dot-com bubble of 1999 and the current tech explosion.
Right now the San Francisco Planning Department is inundated with proposals like never before: 10 million square feet of tech-friendly space that would transform the look and feel of SoMa corridors along central sections of Townsend, Brannan, Bryant and Harrison streets.
The high volume of the proposed buildings pouring in is being driven by the city's current rezoning of Central SoMa, an effort to create space for jobs along the Central Subway project, which will link the Caltrain Station at Fourth and King streets to Chinatown.
At Fourth and Townsend, Tishman Speyer is proposing to build upward of 1,000 housing units on a property that is home to two restaurants, the Creamery and Iron Cactus, as well as the furniture showroom HD Buttercup.
 the developer, which built such office towers as 222 Second St.