This Long Beach councilmember actually wants to talk bluntly about homelessness—including focusing on those teetering toward it and finding more ways to solve it

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Photo by Brian Addison. At least someone with the power to change was paying attention to an important document hidden within the nightmarish Land Use Element (LUE) conversation. Amidst NIMBY-ish screams and shouts, practically no one paid attention to an...
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48-Unit Affordable Housing Development in Long Beach Moving Forward After Scoring Tax Credit Award

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Love looking at renderings of upcoming developments in the city? Click here for our full archive. **** Renderings courtesy of Killefer Flammang Architects. Following an award of a 9% Low-Income Housing Tax Credit—LIHTC, often pronounced “lie-tech” amongst housing builders—the 48-unit...
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Trio of New Studies Show Low Income, Middle Class Are Vacating California While Wealthy Move In; Housing Costs to Blame

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To view our entire coverage on housing, click here. **** Graphics courtesy of Next 10. Photo by Brian Addison. Above: construction on a housing development at Broadway and Pacific takes shape. A trio of new studies conducted by Beacon...
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