News Roundup - February 18
By Ned Resnikoff on February 18, 2022
- Voters are growing increasingly frustrated with the California’s homelessness crisis.
- San Antonio in Texas is looking to effectively eliminate homelessness citywide through “unprecedented” housing investments.
- A follow-up story on the Moms 4 Housing protests from a few years back.
- Lawmakers in Sacramento have introduced some social housing legislation. I summarized a few highlights of the bill here.
- The LAO has released its assessment of the governor’s housing plan for the 2022-23 state budget.
- Silicon Valley has “the most bifurcated economy in the U.S.”
- Berkeley has become more pro-housing in recent years, but actually adding units is a challenge.
- CEQA explained.
- What COVID-19 taught Rockford, Illinois about ending homelessness.
- Lastly, a piece on the challenges involved in accurately counting homeless youth and children.