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Potential parking reduction boxes in San Diego

June 26, 2010
San Diego is stuck in a tight spot when it comes to parking. As the city gears up to change its parking requirements for new construction, debate has centered on whether to house people or to house cars. Megan Burks has the story.

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New foreclosure rules blessed by Senate banking panel

April 8, 2010
Legislation to give California homeowners more protection as they modify their loans is moving through the state Senate. Senate Bill 1275 has won passage in the Senate Banking committee and is now headed for the judiciary panel.

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San Diego tenants get no help fighting rats, mold

April 4, 2010
Residents of City Heights in San Diego often deal with mold and vermin infestations in rental housing, but a bureaucratic rats' nest prevents them from getting any action. The city does not enforce parts of the state code dealing with these issues, and the county enforces codes only in areas not served by cities. The could step in but is taking a go-slow approach. The result: a runaround, and no help for tenants. The story is by HealthyCal contributor Megan Burks.

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Price of ‘progress’: displacing low-income tenants

March 31, 2010
Boyle Heights has weathered its share of threats over the years, from proposed prisons and hazardous waste plants to criminal gangs. Now residents of the historic East LA neighborhood are feeling the pressure of city-backed development that is displacing low-income housing. Community groups are using a lull in construction caused by the down economy to organize so that residents have a voice when the city pushes again to gentrify the community. HealthyCal contributor Joy Hepp has the story.

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Santa Ana foreclosure fix moving slowly

February 18, 2010
One year after receiving $6 million in federal funds to help stem the foreclosure crisis, the city of Santa Ana has spent half of that money and provided housing for only five families while helping two borrowers. Five other homes are in escrow. Adam Elmahrek of Voice of OC has the story.

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