California, despite being a one-party state, is actively debating SB50 that could over-ride local zoning laws and allow construction of apartment buildings, especially near transit areas. This is almost a impressive outbreak of sanity. In the divided government, you can keep touting slogans. But when one party gets control, apparently permanently, they actually have to actually govern, and some fact must sink in eventually.
Housing in California is ridiculously expensive. After California attempted the rest — “affordable housing” mandates on developers, subsidies, rent settings, public housing, and so forth — it is finally facing the fact — we have to just let people build. The problem is local zoning laws, building laws and different impeding regulations, that are pretty much made to preserve expensive museums of 1950s suburbia enormously.
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So SB50 overrides local laws and regulations. The final end result, though is saddled by a trip through the progressive sausage factory. I would recommend Joe DiStephano’s evaluation with beautiful maps. The first stop was rather smart: cover it in green. California. So the original work, SB25, restricted your time and effort to areas near transit. Who can object to allowing …