Affordable housing ground zero for Calabasas debate

City, developer argue over new construction


DIVIDED— Blue-shirted“Preserve Calabasas” T-shirt wearers stand in support of the AvalonBay proposal to keep 80 affordable apartments intact in exchange for permission to build 161 new, full-priced units. The developer threatens to take the matter to the voters and let them decide. IAN BRADLEY/Acorn NewspapersResidency in Calabasas has become a status symbol not unlike the badge of honor worn by others who live Southern California’s elite communities. But as the city’s prominence grows, low- and...

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