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Not providing parking
hurts vulnerable residents

The new measure that allows developers to build without parking requirements is extremely prejudicial against low-income individuals and especially those who have difficulties using a bike or walking.

Statistically, 75% of those living in affordable housing are women evenly split between three groups: Families with school-age children Seniors 62 years and older Non-Seniors with disabilities

Most low-income individuals work manual labor jobs and cannot work virtually.

Health and safety issues are paramount concerns. Imagine these fragile individuals and children walking during heat waves or storms and at night where

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