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We’re concerned. The Regional Housing Needs Assessment process might be in trouble, as there are proposed changes to the Southern California Association of Governments’ Sustainable Communities Strategy (SCS), which was already delayed in May. These delays in turn mean that jurisdictions across Southern California are able to delay the finalization of their RHNA targets.

On September 3rd, SCAG’s Regional Council will vote on the latest version of Connect SoCal.

We’re asking the Regional Council to vote to approve the latest SCAG-recommended version of Connect SoCal for the purposes of the SCS, and to instruct SCAG staff to begin the RHNA appeals process without delay.

These are critical steps to ensuring that we meet our housing needs now, not later. There’s no time to delay. 

Send the letter

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From the blog: student perspectives

The housing crisis affects Angelenos across all walks of life. Among the most vulnerable: students.

Read our latest blog post from Communications Intern Sydney George, who looks at the intersection student housing struggles and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Happy hours are back!

Join us this Thursday, 5-6:30p for a virtual happy hour with your favorite YIMBYs!

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AHLA en español

Esta semana, Abundant Housing LA llevará a cabo su primer evento para la comunidad hispanohablante. Será una junta comunitaria por Zoom, donde hablaremos de cómo la crisis de vivienda que vive Los Ángeles afecta a nuestra comunidad. 

(English speakers: please forward this event to any Spanish speakers who may be interested in attending!)

Haga clic en la imagen para ver más información acerca de este evento, o inscíbase ya con un solo clic aquí