Letter: Any Infrastructure Measure Passed by the City of San Diego Should Contain Funds for Affordable Homes
There are several options for any measure that finances infrastructure to also contribute to affordable homes. The City of San Diego must ensure that housing affordability is a key feature of its infrastructure agendas.
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The MOVE Alliance is pleased to announce that the City Council approved the 5030 College Avenue Apartments last Tuesday.
The project is a student housing project in the College Area proposed by Capstone Development Partners. The project provides housing close to the San Diego State University campus in a walkable, bikeable, transit-oriented, urban infill location.
“This project has tremendous potential for encouraging residents to take transit and ride bicycles rather than to use other vehicles,” said Jim Stone, Executive Director of Circulate San Diego, the parent organization of the MOVE Alliance.Read more
From time to time, Circulate San Diego shares posts from members of our community with ideas about how to improve transportation, land use, and our region’s quality of life. While these ideas do not necessarily represent the policy positions of Circulate San Diego, we think they’re worth a look!
Below is an op-ed contribution from Matthew Strabone, a supporter of Circulate San Diego and an attorney based in the City of San Diego.Read more