California cities are staggering under state-mandated housing quotas called Regional Housing Needs Allocations (RHNA) that are double any previous housing cycle, at a time when the state's population is declining. State legislators eliminated local control over zoning decisions (SB9) at a time when a state audit concluded the RHNA process is unreliable.
State law puts City Councils, Boards of Supervisors, and residents between a rock and a hard place. To comply with unrealistic quotas threatens constituent safety, at a time when CA laws have failed to provide housing that is affordable.
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