Santa Ana Rolls Back Affordable Housing Restrictions On Developers

August 21, 2020

“As we are talking about private sector, market-rate developers and skilled laborers, the folks we aren’t talking about are 80% of our residents who live below the moderate income levels and are earning less than $50,000 a year,” Sarmiento said. “Unfortunately, what has happened is this has turned into something that is really an abandonment and a shifting of priorities away from serving the families that we are supposed to represent, and giving them an opportunity to live in a dignified place.”

Read the full LA Times article about vote on Santa Ana affordable housing restrictions here.

Learn more about Vicente’s plans to promote affordable housing in Santa Ana here.