Though Affordable Housing Week ended last week, housing is a topic always on Bay Area residents' minds. As one of the most expensive places to live in the country, below market housing is an absolute need for Redwood City residents.
Current development proposals in Redwood City include the Bair Island Renovation project, the development on the old Mel's Bowl site, and the development on the old Dodge dealership.
But, Ira said, "It's never enough."
Questions for the Mayor:
- How would you grade Redwood City's ability to provide enough affordable housing to residents?
- Do you think the proposed Cargill development project could solve the affordable housing need?
- How does the city work with developers to determine the number of affordable housing units?
- What has been the most memorable affordable housing development?