Senate Bill 330, the Housing Crisis Act of 2019, lists the reasons that California’s low-income residents need housing.
The bill’s purpose is to improve conditions for California residents who are currently, among other things, “forced into crowded and unsafe housing” and “into a higher exposure to fire hazard.”
It’s ironic that, in response to SB 330, the City of Agoura Hills intends to squeeze 33 acres of high-density, state-mandated low-income housing—nine of 14 sites—into a one-block section...
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