At odds over where low-income homes must be built, City Council rejects sweeping package of housing incentives

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“The San Diego City Council rejected a wide-ranging package of housing incentives Monday based on concerns about concentrating more poverty in San Diego’s low-income areas and over-complicating city regulations.
During a heated five-hour public hearing, council members declined to approve two versions of the package of incentives, which aims to spur more housing for college students, people facing homelessness and middle-income residents.”

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