KPCC: Where is the political will to tackle California’s housing crisis?

KPCC: Where is the political will to tackle California’s housing crisis?
January 13, 2017 Peter

82669 fullLiving in Southern California is getting more and more expensive. That’s probably not a surprise to many of you. The state knows about this problem, too. “In the last 10 years, California has built an average of 80,000 homes a year, far below the 180,000 homes needed a year to keep up with housing growth,” according to a recent report by the California Department of Housing and Community Development. “This lack of supply greatly impacts housing affordability.” Los Angeles, itself, has to bite off a big piece of that pie.

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