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Palo Alto sued over delay in adopting housing plan

Original post made on Feb 7, 2023

Two pro-housing groups are asking the court to limit Palo Alto’s control over approving development application because it has not adopted a plan for adding more than 6,000 new dwellings by the state's Jan. 31 deadline.

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Posted by Frozen
a resident of Menlo Park: Linfield Oaks
on Feb 7, 2023 at 12:35 pm

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Is anyone surprised? The state housing mandates have always been about enriching people who are already rich, not about helping underserved members of the community.

Posted by Liesel
a resident of Portola Valley: Central Portola Valley
on Feb 7, 2023 at 1:51 pm

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Unbelievable. The City of Palo Alto has made a good faith effort and is waiting for feedback. They should go sue the Department of Housing and Community Development if they want to go after someone. The ball is in the government's court, not Palo Alto's.

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