Bay Area will decide California’s biggest housing bond ever

“There’s a pipeline here. It’s ready to go,” said Nevada Merriman, VP of Policy and Advocacy for MidPen Housing. The Bay Area authority says the funds could be used to build and acquire up to 72,000 units. That housing would range from the most deeply affordable — homes reserved for people on the brink of homelessness — to “moderate” income households.
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