La Quinta forced to amend affordable housing plan

Location_of_La_Quinta_City,_CA_Image_Courtesy_of_Google_Maps posted MHProNews.comMyDesert reports a state mandated change compelled the La Quinta City Council to amend its affordable housing plan. The mandate requires construction of 2,585 low-to-moderate-income housing units by 2014, nearly triple what was previously planned. The amendment identifies vacant and underused land where housing can be built to meet Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) allocation mandates. sees this as a potential opportunity for factory builders to explore how they could tap into forced demand such as exists in La Quinta, CA. Les Johnson, planning director, stated that ensuring the very low to moderate units that can pose problems. Johnson said: “As long as at the end of the day the numbers meet, that’s the ultimate objective.”

(map graphic of La Quinta CA courtesy of Google Maps)

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