Beach-Edinger Corridor: Then and Now
City leaders might have seen the congestion and unaffordable-housing problems coming back in 2009. HB Tomorrow did. In a 2009 letter, HBT urged the Council that taking more fees from developers in lieu of insisting on compliance with affordable-housing requirements would undermine our goals of offering more affordable housing, and would in turn increase congestion — employees serving our retail sector would be forced to commute from out of the area, rather than “shop, play, and stay” in Huntington Beach.
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