Homelessness in the City of Los Angeles County rose 10% in January, according to the annual point-in-time survey.
California’s affordable housing crisis has forced countless residents out of their homes and neighborhoods. As an unfolding drama in Ojai reminds us, elected officials are not immune.
In some affluent San Mateo County cities, up to 80% of state-mandated affordable housing now consists of granny flats.
The crisis is putting pressure on city and county leaders.
A Riverside County ghost town just sold to a mystery buyer for $22.6 million, unleashing a flurry of speculation.
“Our state is in a housing crisis and local governments must do their part to allow for affordable housing options for all members of our communities, regardless of their income level,” said Attorney General Rob Bonta.
Is another housing fight brewing in Orange County?
On Monday, California expanded its lawsuit against Huntington Beach to include the city’s failure to adopt a state-mandated housing element.
Davis officials have lost the ability the deny a number of development projects that would violate the city’s zoning rules.
At a press conference, Newsom called Huntington Beach “Exhibit A” for “what’s wrong with housing in the state of California.”