The City of Agoura Hills has an idea of how it might be able to assist low-income families.
The City Council recently purchased a 1.7-acre plot of land at Colodny Drive and Driver Avenue where it plans to build affordable housing.
The $1.1-million purchase came from city’s affordable housing fund—a pot of money collected over the years from the fees of various development projects. Builders who were unable to meet the city’s affordable housing mandate had to pay so-called in-lieu fees...
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