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With more enforcement power than ever, state relies on activists to enforce the 'duplex law'

Original post made on May 5, 2022

Senate Bill 9 was going to herald the end of the single-family zoning that many see as a reason for the state's housing crisis. But four months in, little has changed, and the scant enforcement is largely due to pro-housing activists.

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Posted by Parent and Voter
a resident of Danville
on May 5, 2022 at 7:12 am

Parent and Voter is a registered user.

Enforcement by the Government... Senate Bill 9 heralds that Big Brother is in charge.
The housing "crisis" is due to numerous things, including massive numbers of people flooding our nation, the high cost of construction, the lack of incentives for businesses to build and employ in less populated areas of our State and taxes that make all of us "poor".
There is absolutely nothing "green" about urban living with demands on basic local resources, crowded freeways and the crime that always follows high density cities.


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