In Its Search for New Approaches to Affordable Housing, Southern California Is Thinking Small
Finding an affordable apartment or house in California has become nearly a magical event.
This Small Italian City Might Have an Answer for L.A.'s Homeless Catastrophe
Los Angeles Times
Kerry Morrison had seen enough. She was not a clinician or policymaker, and she didn’t know what the answers were.
Trump and California See Same Homeless Problem, but Not the Same Solutions
The New York Times
Open-air heroin use. Sidewalks smeared in human feces. Blocklong homeless camps and people with severe mental...
North Lake Tahoe BID’s Proposed Tourism BID Focus of First Tuesday Talk
The North Lake Tahoe Resort Association is leading an effort to form a Tourism Business Improvement District, freeing up...
Palm Springs Is Making Great Strides in Downtown Development
San Diego Magazine
One of the best ways to explore all the shopping, food, art and celebrity nostalgia in downtown Palm Springs is on foot.
Sacramento is Perfect for Young Professionals, Report Says. Why Does it Get a Bad Rep?
The Sacramento Bee
Reputations die hard and for Sacramento it’s been especially hard to get rid of some of its more inaccurate ones...
What Glendale’s Not-Rent-Control Law Means for Affordable Housing in the City
As major cities in the U.S. become increasingly unaffordable, unsubsidized affordable housing is ever more crucial in...
State of Texas Wants U.S. Supreme Court to Overturn Ruling
Community Impact Newspaper
A potential court battle is brewing that could impact the future of laws on public camping, sitting and lying down across the...
Mobility Experts Discuss Uncertain Future
Are new technologies going to frustrate or help efforts to build more livable cities? Past experience may be key to...
New Research Ties Lack of Density to Lack of Affordability in California
New research using the Terner Center California Residential Land Use Survey also connects demographic trends to...
Why Community-Owned Grocery Stores Like Co-ops Are The Best Recipe for Revitalizing Food Deserts
Tens of millions of Americans go to bed hungry at some point every year. While poverty is the primary culprit, some...
Cities Adopt Geofencing to Corral E-Scooters
Like scores of tourists who zip through Santa Monica on e-scooters every day, 21-year-old Elliot Stephenson had no...
San Diego Mayor Vetoing Controversial Proposal to Require Developers to Build More Low-Income Housing
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Critics call plan a ‘tax on builders,’ but supporters say it can help solve housing crisis.
Immigrant Success: For Servando Orozco, The American Dream is Real
Long Beach Post News
Servando Orozco is a longtime active member of the community. He owns three auto repair shops in the greater Long Beach...