Apr 13, 2016

99-year-old SF widow wins eviction reprieve, for now - SFGate

99-year-old SF widow wins eviction reprieve, for now A 99-year-old widow who had the good luck to make it to 99 got a little more good luck on Tuesday in San Francisco when the legal system put her hard-to-believe eviction on hold. “I feel happy,” said Iris Canada, holding onto the handles of her walker as she stood at the front door of the courthouse on McAllister Street. Eleven years ago...

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