VIDEO - Plan to let houses of worship build affordable housing could expand across California

VIDEO Presentation—A San Diego plan to let houses of worship build affordable housing on land they already own could expand across the entire state. Tuesday, the Assembly Appropriations Committee will debate Senate Bill 899, also known as the "YIGBY" bill.

Plan to let houses of worship build affordable housing could expand across California

A San Diego plan to let houses of worship build affordable housing on land they already own could expand across the entire state. Tuesday, the Assembly Appropriations Committee will debate Senate Bill 899, also known as the "YIGBY" bill.
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YIGBY wins a Ruby Award from the San Diego Housing Federation!

The Ruby Awards recognize excellence in affordable housing and community development, highlighting the accomplishments of people, agencies and developments that work to ensure all San Diegans, regardless of income, have a safe, stable place they can afford to call home.

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