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You can convince Speaker Rendon to do more for affordable housing

LA’s future is in his hands. With no hearings in sight, the plan for LA County’s own affordable housing authority is in limbo. Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon can change that.  Friend , will you push Speaker Rendon to move SB 679 forward? Our future cannot wait any longer. Our city officials have allowed rent prices […]

You need some mid-week⚡️actions⚡️

Housing bills on life support  Hey Friend, For just a few minutes of your time, help these pro-housing bills!   We need serious help from you. With the deadline to pass state legislation fast approaching, the window for action and change is narrowing. A few pro-housing bills, namely SB 9 (allows duplexes on single family lots), SB […]

Finally, a housing element that’s honest with site capacity

Planning4LA did the right thing. LA City offers realistic capacity assessment for the housing element update, acknowledges significant rezoning is needed   Other cities should learn from LA’s data-driven site inventory analysis. Last week, the City of Los Angeles released its long-awaited draft housing element, a roadmap for how the City will encourage the production of […]

CA is on fire

Are you convinced yet?  J O I N     |     D O N A T E    |    V O L U N T E E R    Exhibit 1: Last Sunday’s temperature forecast Exhibit 2: Wildfire burns near Los Angeles Friend, are you convinced yet? We are in a state of climate […]

🥁The solution to wildfire is… housing

7/8 – learn how housing can help with the climate crisis    J O I N     |     D O N A T E    |    V O L U N T E E R  Hi Friend, What if we tell you the solution to our wildfire problem is… housing? With climate change-induced heat […]

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