For April 21, 2009, SF has politicians who’ve discovered Twitter, boycotts on the census, criticism of the Sunset solar energy project, and court cases about Ellis Act evictions.

Schwarzenegger Twitters, too, with a Q&A. ABC

A Latino pastor group in NJ urges boycotts of the census. Chron

Op-Ed: Should Google pay a tax to media corp? Wordyard

Op-Ed: Slowing down the SF Sunset district’s solar project. SFBG

On Cal Day, World Can’t Wait protested against UC Berkeley’s law professor, John Yoo. Indybay

A SF Superior Court Judge is ruling today on an Ellis Act eviction, involving a sketchy bank scheme, that could uproot members of the Mission district community. BeyondChron

SF City Attorney Herrera sues landlord, O’Flynn, who issued an Ellis Act eviction action against tenant, Suval, in violation of a contract that provided City funds for lead hazard reduction work. BeyondChron

A tense and contentious BART police review committee public meeting? I’ve never heard of one of those… Indybay

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