“Any successful strategies will require a sustainable long-term funding commitment from the state and sufficient revenue to provide services to current and future residents that they not only deserve, but require,” League of California Cities spokeswoman Jill Oviatt said in a statement.
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“Finding the most effective strategies to spur housing is a top priority in California and the League is currently reviewing the proposals in the recently introduced package of housing bills,” said Jill Oviatt, spokeswoman for League of California Cities, which opposed the SB 50. “The League is a ready partner to find approaches that effectively address housing and homelessness.”
Following his State of the State address, the Governor will travel the state meeting with service providers and homeless individuals and hearing directly from Californians about his Administration’s homelessness response. He kicked off this tour in Yountville yesterday, where he met with over 50 leaders at the League of California Cities meeting, outlining his vision and inviting partnerships.
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