City, county play politics with affordable housing

“Affordable housing” is mostly a myth in the Conejo/Las Virgenes valleys.
There was a time in Calabasas when builders and governments worked together to provide inexpensive apartment homes for qualified families. Sadly, the arrangement has come to an end. In 1988, before the incorporation of Calabasas, the County of Los Angeles granted Lincoln Malibu Meadows permission to build an apartment complex in what is now the city’s west side. In return for the entitlement, the developer was required to ...

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