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Instead of serving as leverage for bargaining, parking and zoning requirements should reflect straightforward goals such as affordable housing, open space and preservation.
Online grocery shopping services now account for 7.4% of all grocery sales, but the current labor infrastructure for these services is not sustainable.
Redesigning streets to take up less space could improve safety, decrease housing development costs, and increase opportunities for green space and transit.
California cities are required by law to open up exclusionary neighborhoods and revise zoning codes to allow for more multifamily housing. San Diego’s plan has fallen short.
Citations for the unauthorized units plummeted during the pandemic, leaving many tenants in unsafe living arrangements that were all they could afford.
A new resolution by the South Bay Cities Council of Governments would designate certain streets for slow-moving neighborhood electric vehicles.
As COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed, some businesses are struggling to get workers to return, but markets have a way of balancing themselves out, he says.
Policies that do not heed research and respect the rights of sex workers can have unintended consequences that harm the health of communities.
GOP-led efforts to restrict voting prompted scholars of democracy to release a statement demanding federal protections for fair elections and the right to vote.