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Livermore City Council approves framework to meet housing demand

Original post made on Apr 3, 2019

The Livermore City Council last week approved a housing framework that includes anticipated construction of seven new residential complexes with more than 2,700 units by 2022 as part of a plan designed to address the statewide housing crisis on a regional basis.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Monday, April 1, 2019, 10:02 PM

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Posted by more crowded than Hong Kong
a resident of another community
on Apr 3, 2019 at 11:22 pm

Does the Livermore City Council know that other cities in California were only required to build 2 low income houses/units. Among the cities in SCAG that had such low RHNA numbers - Beverly Hills, Newport Beach, Malibu, Laguna Beach, Costa Mesa, Hermosa Beach, and Compton - each only required 2 low income houses/units.
Why isn't Livermore suing the state housing agency for such an unequal, unfair, and unjust law. Tell the state - no more. Rescind the state housing law.

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Posted by sjd
a resident of Livermore
on Apr 4, 2019 at 10:19 am

@more crowded

Some RHNA number reform was passed last year and is taking effect in 2020. Cities will no longer be able to point to previous under production and lower their requirements, and requirements will increase for wealthier cities.

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