I encourage the public to attend the Feb. 22 meeting, “Understanding RHNA,” when representatives from California Housing and Community Development will explain how Regional Housing Needs Allocations (RHNA) were established.
Regardless of what Los Altos’ final RHNA numbers turn out to be, Los Altos must rezone many sites to accommodate more housing or suffer serious penalties for noncompliance. We urge Los Altos to be proactive in its approach to the new Housing Element, rather than engage in endless debates on targets and continue obstructionist policies toward development.
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