“Emilia Morris, an attorney with Central California Legal Services and an affordable housing advocate, is also optimistic.
We see the consequences of this severe affordable housing shortage in our housing advocacy on a daily basis,” Morris said. “The shortage simply cannot be addressed if local decision-makers do not become more open to affordable, multi-family housing. The UMC campus project appears to be a step in the right direction, and it is good to see set-asides for low-income families. I look forward to seeing greater developer interest in, and local government responsiveness too, similar projects in the future.”
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