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100-year-old SF woman granted 11th eviction reprieve

A 100-year-old San Francisco woman staved off eviction for at least another week when a judge granted her eleventh request for a stay since March, giving her lawyer more time to come up with a plan to keep her in her home for remainder of her life. [...] Canada’s lawyer, Dennis Zaragoza, said he has a plan of action to ensure that Canada can remain in the Page Street apartment she has called home since 1965.
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