Laura Kiesel Speaks on Eco-Gentification 11/5/22

Laura Kiesel Speaks on EcoGentification at a Livable California teleconference on 11 5 22 We reached out to Ms. Kiesel after reading her Salon article, Why “greening” cities can make gentrification worse — and often doesn’t help the environment either” (https://www.salon.com/2022/02/26/eco-gentrification/) Laura Kiesel is a Boston freelance writer and editor. Her Bio on SpeakerHub

YIMBY Pushes Trickle-Down Housing at the Expense of Working-Class Californians

By Housing is a Human Right, March 2022 Corporate YIMBYs have repeatedly tried to frame themselves as housing justice activists, but that’s far from the truth. In fact, a new book titled Selling Off California: The Untold Story reveals that Corporate YIMBYs have deep ties to Big Real Estate and Big Tech, pushing forward their pro-gentrification, trickle-down housing

Redondo Beach Mayor Bill Brand Trounces Liam Dillon Over SB 9

Google Image of Redondo Beach, one of the West's most dense cities at 10,623 people per sq mile. December 10, 2021 Redondo Beach Mayor Bill Brand in a Dec. 9 interview on NPR affiliate KCRW outflanked Los Angeles Times reporter Liam Dillon, who openly defends the hated anti-homeowner law SB 9. In a riveting discussion

How California Cities Can Restrict SB 9 with a Local Ordinance

California cities are rushing to set rational rules for an expected wave of development via SB 9, the outrageous state law that overrides single-family housing on Jan. 1, 2022 to allow multiple-unit market-rate projects on 7 million single-family lots. SB 9 is deaf to the vast environmental and economic damage to come, when California homeownership

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