But the planners have built in an 82 percent buffer, so the proposed plan upzones to allow at least 1,987 units by right. "By right" means a voter-approved Measure T would "pre-empt local discretionary land use approvals of specified housing developments by having all such approvals be considered 'ministerial' actions, meaning eliminating opportunities for public review, project-level environmental review and restricting design review."
None of the at least 1,987 units are guaranteed to be affordable for people earning very low or low incomes, as defined by the feds and the state. If voters pass Measure T, some affordable units might become available if density bonus and/or inclusionary units come into play.
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Measure T's impact on Cardiff
Previously, the Waves to Ride blog looked at Measure T's high-density impact on Leucadia and Old Encinitas. Now, Waves to Ride sets its sights on Cardiff: