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Low income housing here isn't really all that 'low'

Original post made on Jan 20, 2012

While city officials await final approval from Alameda County Superior Court, the Urban Habitat affordable housing coalition and the state's Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) on their recent action rezoning 73 acres here for high density, so-called affordable housing, it might help to point out that some of the very-low to low-income units that could be built on these sites are not all that "low" to start with. The City Council was compelled to rezone the sites to comply with orders stemming from a successful suit by Urban Habitat and the state Attorney General (Governor Brown at the time) to make land available for more workforce or affordable housing.

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Posted by george
a resident of Foothill High School
on Jan 20, 2012 at 12:06 pm

Since most low income housing close to i-580, Does that mean
hart middle school and Foothill High school, Donlon Elementary
will have overload and forced to create new ele/Mid/HS in the
near future? any ideas ?? what impacts...



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Posted by Pete
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Jan 20, 2012 at 2:47 pm

Then you'll be welcome too, "C"harity,"H"andouts,"O"live branch,"L"ove and "O"fferings. Cholopianville, are your eyes closed Cholo? The berm along 580, southside, will light up the sky, to all incoming aircraft and ground travel... for all to experiance... your vision. All your little cholo's will stand on top of the berm and wave...and wave...and wave. That's all for today, Cholo. Pay the receptionist $300 on the way out. Hope you feel better...

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