Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a raft of bills in the past week aimed at solving the housing crisis in California. Several of the new laws try to streamline new housing projects and make it harder for cities to block development. Santa Cruz Local looks at how the new laws might play out in the City of Santa Cruz.
Editor’s note: This episode has been updated to correct a description of the types of housing to which AB1482 applies. AB1482’s rent cap and just cause eviction rules do not apply to the majority of single-family homes.
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