The crisis is putting pressure on city and county leaders.
Is another housing fight brewing in Orange County?
On Monday, California expanded its lawsuit against Huntington Beach to include the city’s failure to adopt a state-mandated housing element.
Davis officials have lost the ability the deny a number of development projects that would violate the city’s zoning rules.
The Governor’s Office announced the release of $1 billion in Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention (HHAP) funds last week to aid local jurisdictions in their efforts to reduce homelessness.
At a press conference, Newsom called Huntington Beach “Exhibit A” for “what’s wrong with housing in the state of California.”
As California locales rush to comply with state housing mandates, one wealthy town appears to be getting a pass.
City officials say actions in neighboring Los Angeles have forced them to act.
Millionaire Renters On the Rise
Brittany M. 02/23/2023 - 4:50 AM
Over the past five years, there has been an 82% increase in the number of renters who earn $150,000 or more. The number of households with incomes over $1 million has tripled over the same time period.
California’s Duplex Law Isn’t Working. Now What?
Brittany M. 01/24/2023 - 6:17 AM
A new UC Berkeley report shows SB 9 has failed to spur multi-family housing construction across the state. Frustrated with the slow pace of building, housing advocates could pursue additional legislation that wrestles more local control away from cities.