Oakland’s housing plan accepted

The news is good for the city of Oakland as their plan to add 26,000 new homes in the next 10 years has been accepted by California’s state housing officials.

This means that Oakland will be eligible for needed funding and maintaining a degree of control over local development rules.

To date, only five local governments – Oakland, San Francisco, San Leandro, Emeryville, and the city of Alameda – have had their final plans approved by the state.

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