Will SB 10 Target Your Town? Surprise! Yes! Find Your Town Here

SB10 allows city councils to approve 14-unit market rate housing in every neighborhood in every city, suburb or “cluster” area of more than 2,500 residents. In other words “14-unit market rate housing almost everywhere! Find your town here on the List of More Than 500 Cities, Towns and Villages Targeted by SB 10:

AB 1401 is One of the 7 Bad Bills of 2021: “Just Take the Bus!”

June 10, 2021 /AB 1401 is designated by Livable California as one of the 7 Bad Bills of 2021. Here's what it does: A sleeper bill, AB 1401 would prohibit city governments from requiring off-street parking in almost all new commercial or residential projects within ½ mile of a transit station, or of a “high-quality transit

Withering Analysis by Daniel Carrigg of SB 9: Amended After Intense Criticism, SB 9 Still Overruns Single-Family Streets with 6-Unit Projects

April 16, 2021 Deeply respected California legislative expert Dan Carrigg of Renne Public Policy Group announces that SB 9 by Toni Atkins, amended by the author on April 5 after intense and broad criticism, still lets developers pave over single-family communities to erect 6-unit projects, and possibly 8 units, where 1 home stands today. Carrigg's

Five Bad Bills of 2021: SB 6 , SB 9, SB 10, SB 478, AB 1322

April 15, 2021 • SB 6 Brings back the failed SB 1385. Empowers developers to override cities, buying and destroying stores and businesses to build dense market-rate housing. SB 6 targets commercial buildings that have had vacancy problems for 3 years, a gentrification slapdown harming businesses just starting to recover, such as in Crenshaw in South

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