It is likely that the San Francisco Board of Supervisors will adopt an 18-month moratorium for new delivery services. It is intended to slow down Amazon’s growth within the city. The city’s planning officers will take advantage of the pause in order to create new regulations for the location and operation of last-mile warehouses. Teamsters supports the law, and is working to unify Amazon warehouse workers. The activists argue that Amazon could have built warehouses in greenspace on land which is better used to build affordable housing.
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