The Multifamily Myth 

Rezoning isn’t an automatic fix for lower-income people

From Redway to McKinleyville, Humboldt county planners and an anxious public have been tying themselves in knots over tomorrow's imaginary apartments. The zoning changes that would allow these apartments are supposed to satisfy the state of California, which decades ago settled on…

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