Affordable housing finance and development is a big topic in the State Capitol this year, and it is also a big topic for affordable housing advocates around the state. With state and federal funding for affordable housing continuing to be unpredictable and inadequate, robust housing solutions on the local level have proven to be the most productive.
Two groups advocating for more solutions — the California Economic Summit and the California Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies — are actually holding slightly overlapping conferences this year, with CAL-ALHFA hosting it’s two-day event in Sacramento on November 1-2, and the California Economic Summit holding its event on November 2-3 in San Diego.
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Notice four story height of “affordable housing project” associated with this notice. Below five story (55′) allowable heights under Measure P in San Mateo.