The city of a million residents has quite a long ways to go to reach its goal of building 10,000 new affordable homes by 2022.
Paper and plastics tossed by U.S. consumers into their blue bins have been piling up ever since China tightened import restrictions.
San Jose leaders will consider key changes to the city’s rent laws, including some that empower landlords and others that favor tenants.
Houseless people and those of us who advocate for them have been told, “wait for permanent supportive housing.” We have waited and waited.
The city has two options for the Evans Lane site: one would house people by next summer, the other would add affordable homes in the long-term.