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News Alert: A wealthy Peninsula town is dragging its feet on building housing, state says. Now, it faces consequences

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The town is the first to have its housing element de-certified by the state, which means it is subject once again to builder’s remedy.
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A wealthy Peninsula town is dragging its feet on building housing, state says. Now, it faces consequences

The town is the first to have its housing element de-certified by the state, which means it is subject once again to builder’s remedy.

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The town is the first to have its housing element de-certified by the state, which means it is subject once again to builder’s remedy. The Mevcury News A WEALTHY PENINSULA TOWN IS DRAGGING ITS FEET ON BUILDING HOUSING, STATE SAYS. NOW, IT FACES CONSEQUENCES The town is the first to have its housing element de-certified by the state, which means it is subject once again to builder’s remedy. Read Story bay area news group logo BayArea NewsGroup © Copyright 2024 Bay Area News Group. All rights reserved. 75 E. Santa Clara Street, Suite 1100  |  San Jose, CA 95113  
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