Fairfield has an easy solution to house its most vulnerable. Why not just do it already?

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While California’s housing shortage, displacement and affordability crisis has persisted for decades, the pandemic has made it all the more severe in cities across the state. Now more than ever local elected officials must create and maximize every possible solution to make more housing available and affordable to residents of all income levels, and to house our most vulnerable neighbors living without homes.

While some cities like Sacramento, Berkeley, Oakland and San Jose are rising to the challenge, too many others are failing to act at all. When local governments resist meeting their housing goals and actively stifle development, it not only impacts their own city but also cumulatively exacerbates our statewide housing crisis by driving up housing costs and leaving even more residents housing insecure or living on the streets.

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