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Commentary | Got Income Inequality? Least Affordable Cities are Also the Bluest

Commentary |  Got Income Inequality? Least Affordable Cities are Also the Bluest

By Jared Whitley | Political and cultural observer Inequality is a hot buzzword among the left these days, with those trying to find a dark lining in the silver cloud of Trump’s economic record pointing out that just because someare doing well doesn’t mean all are. Luckily, “progressives” have the answer: all we need to do is trust […]

Taxes and Housing Prices

Taxes and Housing Prices

  By Richard Colman, California Political News and Views   Anecdotal evidence coming from Silicon Valley goes like this:  A family earning $300,000 a year may not be able to obtain a loan for a house. Silicon Valley, which is about 40 miles south of San Francisco, is the home of many high-technology companies such as […]

Poor Californians Rally to Defeat Democrat Bill to Expand Affordable Housing

Poor Californians Rally to Defeat Democrat Bill to Expand Affordable Housing

An attempt by California Democrats to increase affordable housing by ending zoning restrictions near urban transit stations was dropped last month due to a revolt by the urban poor whom the bill was ostensibly intended to benefit. San Francisco’s State Senator Scott Wiener had built a big coalition of Yes In My Backyard (“YIMBY”) advocates […]

We Need Community Support! Many Mansions Veterans Home Development

We Need Community Support! Many Mansions Veterans Home Development

  The City Council will be considering a joint proposal by Many Mansions and the Housing Authority of the City of San Buenaventura to develop up to 200 affordable apartments for veterans on a 9.68-acre city owned site in east Ventura (Telephone and Wells). Our proposal is to develop a community including 200 homes: –54 […]

Ventura County’s First Permanent Affordable Housing for Veterans

Ventura County’s First Permanent Affordable  Housing for Veterans

  PROJECT OVERVIEW   Ormond Beach Villas is a new construction development consisting of five (5) three-story buildings, totaling 40-units. The site is 1.81 acres and is currently vacant. Located on Saviers Rd. near Hueneme Rd. in Oxnard, the site is within walking distance to Southwinds Park, Art Haycox Elementary School, Perkins/Hueneme Bus Stop and […]

The Thomas Fire | Families and Friends Helping Families and Friends! Rebuilding the Glassman!

The Thomas Fire | Families and Friends Helping Families and Friends! Rebuilding the Glassman!

EDITORIAL NOTE: Many people have suffered devastating losses because of the fire. There is also enormous collateral damage done to small businesses, vendors, and neighborhoods not to mention the near-wholesale disappearance of affordable housing in Ventura, a situation with huge repercussions. It is hard to know how to help. Where does one start? How does […]

Brownley Announces $415,000 Grant to Support Affordable Housing in Ventura County

Brownley Announces $415,000 Grant to Support Affordable Housing in Ventura County

  Today, Congresswoman Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) announced NeighborWorks America, a public non-profit established by Congress, has awarded a $415,333 grant to Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation to foster community development and create more affordable housing in Ventura County. “Strong partnerships between public entities and local nonprofits like the one between NeighborWorks and Cabrillo Economic Development […]

San Fran Democrat State Senator: Your City WILL Build “Affordable” Slums, Like it or NOT

San Fran Democrat State Senator: Your City WILL Build “Affordable” Slums, Like it or NOT

By Stephen Frank San Fran politicos come in two ideologies—Menshevik and Bolshevik.  State Senator Scott Weiner is a Menshevik—he wants to force all cities to build so-called affordable housing, whether the city wants it or not.  He wants to create slums and crime centers in other city in the State, as if we do not […]

Affordable housing deal appears dead for the year

Affordable housing deal appears dead for the year

The Mythical Housing Affordability Crisis

The Mythical Housing Affordability Crisis
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