Thats nothing, my mayor is spending $5 billion here in Los Angeles
My Sustainable Living File 121222
My Sustainable Living File 120923
My Sustainable Living File 120920
The city will partner with the private sector to spend $5 billion in affordable housing.
This is part of that redistribution of wealth Obama was talking about and the Agenda 21 the United Nations is pushing.
Here are a few paragraphs:
A central challenge in the Los Angeles affordable housing market entails bridging the gap between the housing we produce and the housing we need. Housing That Works tackles this challenge by directing public resources toward the production and preservation of 20,000 homes across the income spectrum.
Adding Housing for Families at Every Income Level
The Mayors plan focuses on the disparity between what is built and what our community needs, and set specific goals for housing across the income spectrum.
Creating Sustainable Transit Communities
The Mayors plan focuses new development in the areas where it makes the most sense along public transit corridors and close to job centers. Under his leadership, this plan creates 20 transit district plans in 5 years, launches a sustainable community initiative, protects the environment, connects homes and places of work, and improves the quality of life for every Angeleno.
Promoting Mixed Income Housing
Under the Mayors leadership the City will adopt a mixed-income housing ordinance, ensuring that every community and every new development includes housing for families of all income levels and expands the housing options for LAs workforce.
So do you get that kids? Villaraigosa is going to force his Social Engineering, his Integrated communities on us by building massive apartment buildings along the transit lines. That is what he means when he says Mixed Income Housing. Our government is going to select the winners in this world.
The city already owns 30,000 units and he wants to add another 20,000 units. He explains this a little better on PDF page 16.
You will be taken to 110 pages of Villaragosas white paper titled
Developing and Implementing the City of Los Angeles Transit Corridors Strategy
Coordinated Action toward a Transit-Oriented Metropolis
Hey, thanks for those links! This is something definitely worth looking into!