Reject Amendments to the Housing Element

The authors of the appendix evidently hope that by asserting this figure is “conservative” they will avoid genuine scrutiny. No historical evidence has been supplied to justify this claim. No estimate of the current rate of redevelopment is provided. No compelling argument has been made that the 90% capacity will be fulfilled by 2029.

Disbursement of Housing Funds

We are paying attention and expect the San Diego Housing Commission’s disbursement of $83,000,000 in rent relief funds to be a just and transparent process.

Housing News from the CSA

Including a video regarding the seven days between the assassination of Dr Martin Luther King Jr and the passage of the Fair Housing Act.

Press Conference Calling for an End to Restrictive Zoning

Recently the NAACP San Diego Branch participated in a press conference and comment at the City of San Diego Land-Use and Housing Committee. The goal of the press conference was to ask for an end to restrictive zoning, so that we can build more multi-family housing to address our housing crisis. Please follow these links […]

We Need a Permanent Committee on Homelessness

6 March 2018 To the Honorable Members of the San Diego City Council, We have an ongoing emergency in San Diego for the homeless, and the problem is especially acute in the winter. Mild though our winters may be, the nights are much colder than is comfortable or humane for unsheltered men, women, and children; […]

Response to the Proposed Homelessness Work Plan

6 March 2018 To the Honorable Members of the San Diego City Council, We have an ongoing emergency in San Diego for the homeless, and the problem is especially acute in the winter. Mild though our winters may be, the nights are much colder than is comfortable or humane for unsheltered men, women, and children; […]