At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, there was an all-hands-on-deck effort to get homeless people off of L.A.’s streets. And yet, six months in, the number of encampments lining city streets, beaches, and even golf courses has grown exponentially.
San Diegans hit by financial difficulties due to COVID-19 will likely have until the end of the year to make up missed rent payments.
The City of Los Angeles began accepting applications this week for its Emergency Renters Relief Program.
The Board will consider conditional use permits for cannabis growing operations after complaints from surrounding cities.
In April, as COVID-19 raged, California saw its lowest level of building permit activity since 2012.
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Social distancing will undoubtedly end up being one of the top words of 2020.
A landmark housing and commercial development project in Seaside got the thumbs up from the entire City Council last week. It is being called a victory for social justice advocates.
The land of impossibilities.
A shuttered hospital in Westlake is being eyed for homeless housing and assistance.