This is regarding last week’s article about the Avalon Calabasas apartments owner/developer hoping to extract concessions in return for doing the right thing, that is, continuing the low-income rental rates of 80 of its units.
AvalonBay Communities wants to put the Calabasas Neighborhood Preservation Initiative on the November 2020 ballot that would allow an additional 161 units to be built. They have six months to collect at least 1,500 signatures of verified registered Calabasas voters on a...
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