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
“Playing the Housing Numbers Game, How California’s sixth-cycle RHNA was rigged” presented by Michael Barnes at a Livable California Teleconference 10/29/22.
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Feb. 23, 2021 Maria and Jeff Kalban with United Neighbors presented in a teleconference with Livable California on Saturday Feb 20, 2021. United Neighbors is a coalition of neighborhood residential groups. Their common goal is to protect single-family neighborhoods while supporting affordable and equitable housing for all. They believe the rights of all residents of
Feb. 21, 2021 Respected California legislative expert Dan Carrigg of Renne Public Policy Group has announced that SB 9, a copycat of last year's divisive Senate Bill 1120, lets developers pave over single-family communities to erect dense 8-unit projects, and possibly 10 units, where 1 home stands today. The Los Angeles Times, San Francisco