The New Year Brings A Huge Wave of Affordable Housing Legislation: What Does It All Mean for California Cities?
Host Devon Lincoln talks with William P. Curley III and Jenell Van Bindsbergen, co-chairs of the firm's Municipal Practice Group, about the unprecedented crush of affordable housing legislation enacted by the California Legislature in 2019. The team discusses what the new laws mean for city governments, and how the legislation strikes at local control and other issues of importance to local municipalities.
Show Notes & References
- 1:34 Episode 14: Police in Schools - The Role of a School Resource Officer
- 1:49 No Easy Answers - Cities, School Districts, and the Statewide Affordable Housing Crisis
- 4:35 Assembly Bill (AB) 101
- 23:19 Senate Bill (SB) 330 - Housing Crisis Act of 2019
- 24:15 Ministerial Approval
- 32:55 Interim Zoning (Government Code section 65858)
- 35:37 Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)
- 43:29 AB 881 and AB 68
- 44:38 AB 101 and SB 330: The Juggernauts of the 2019 Housing Laws (Client News Brief 76: December 2019)
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