Law changes game on single family zoning

State encourages homeowner lot splits as housing shortage intensifies



Law changes game on single family zoning

When he was running for the office of governor of California, Gavin Newsom pledged the construction of 3.5 million homes to alleviate the state’s housing crisis.

That’s not going so well.

Housing experts say fewer than 100,000 new dwellings have been built since the governor’s reelection.

Several pieces of legislation designed to add housing have failed to gain traction, but Senate Bill 9 looks like it’s heading to the governor’s desk for sign...

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