Cities Get Ready to Deal With New Housing Rules — on Their Own Terms

CALmatters

Gov. Jerry Brown has done his part: He's signed into law bills that focus on California’s housing crisis. Now cities and counties are stepping up to the task to start implementing the state’s new housing agenda.

“The idea is that we have to comply with these laws of the state of California now,” said Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín, whose city has seen, for years,  fights between pro- and slow-development forces. “And so how can we comply … but also preserve some degree of local control?”

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