The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors will likely approve more than $100 million in permanent housing for low-income residents.
At their Tuesday meeting, supervisors will consider approving five housing complexes that would total to 566 new units and house roughly 2,100 people.
Supervisor Cindy Chavez said she believes the entire board will support these investments.
“This is our ‘all in’ program meaning we’re going to make sure we get our homeless community housed, and those who are also in high need of housing,” Chavez said in front of a potential site in Alum Rock on Monday.
The funding will come from a 2016 Measure A housing bond passed
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