Proposal calls for 790 new housing units by 2031 in Tiburon and Belvedere
Tiburon and Belvedere could be on the hook for 790 new housing units in the Bay Area’s next housing cycle — roughly 10 times more than their allotment in the current eight-year cycle — if a new methodology for divvying up regional housing needs is adopted by the Association of Bay Area Governments. The association’s executive board, which consists of representatives from across the Bay Area’s nine counties, will weigh the new methodology at its Oct. 15 teleconference meeting. That methodology will ultimately determine how state-mandated housing in the 2023-2031 cycle will be distributed across the Bay Area’s 101 cities and towns.
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