Silverstein slams AB 725, a land-use dictate sent by legislators to cities and communities: "You must allow market-rate density and demolition on your residential streets," for an imagined near-future population that is not coming to slow-growth California, according to the US Census. This is a gift to developers, and the worst housing bill
Robert Silverstein Video on SB 1120: A Radical Bill to Densify All Single-Family Streets, Harming 8M Homeowners
Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins is going the wrong direction, with her dream to jam four pricey market-rate units where one house is now. Stripping California of yards, garages, setbacks and home ownership is a disastrous recipe only a huge corporate rental investor like Irvine Company could love.
A game-changing study has found that California's urban areas are fast-approving too much luxury housing, under rules set by the legislature, and most urban areas will hit or far surpass the state's overall housing targets for 2025. Yet this month, and again this summer, we expect state Sen. Scott Wiener to try to upzone California's
Please join community leaders and officials from South Los Angeles and neighboring areas at the Town Hall to Oppose SB 50. Where: FAME Renaissance Center 1968 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90018 When: Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 2 PM Doors open @1:30 Parking available onsite. Refreshments will be served SB 50 is fatally
Press Release, January 2018 Contact: Rick Hall, chair, Livable California / [email protected] SB 50 is Back and the Media Must Rev Up its Understanding of its Impact Livable California and its allies call on the California media to show a deeper understanding of the war over Senate Bill 50, whether it be the Mercury News,