Voters May No Longer Approve Public Housing Projects Under New Bill



By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views

Do you think government should be able to act without approval or permission of the people?  That is how the old Soviet Union worked—now SC 1 to be heard in January in Sacramento will take the soviet method for housing.

SCA 1, authored by Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and Senator Ben Allen (D-Redondo Beach) would have no voter control over project approval, and would be up to county and city officials to approve.

Both Senators have said that Article 34, which was passed in 1950, was approved to counteract the Housing Act of 1949, which banned racial segregation in public housing.

Supporters of SCA 1, who include housing advocates and real estate developers, maintain that the amendment is only proposed because of it’s racial and monetary-level divisiveness. Supporters also say that it would make it easier for lower-income people to have places to live, especially in cities such as San Francisco and Los Angeles, which have critically low numbers of available low-income units.”

Why elect a city council, if they can not make zoning and permit decisions?  Why hold elections if the voters are not allowed to set policy?  This is the REAL Russian collusion—turning California into a Soviet State.

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Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant.

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William Hicks
William Hicks
1 year ago

In California, affordable housing projects equate to section 8 housing for the masses while Pelosiites live in mansions.

For those of us living in Thousand Oaks, our city council is creating mixed zoning in order to create “affordable housing” near businesses in order to get us out of our cars and accepting public transportation instead of car ownership. All this while they insist on an open space policy that is overly generous that could be new housing projects that people that prefer not living in section 8 housing would appreciate.

NO I’M NOT A REAL ESTATE AGENT, just someone who likes to live in a community that isn’t designed by a city council set on Agenda 21 standards.

k jtoscano
k jtoscano
1 year ago

The camel’s nose under the tent. It begins…….