CCRE Series: Are Californians Saying ‘YIMBY’ to ADUs?

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Sacramento Convention Center

1400 J Street

Room 202

Sacramento, CA 95814

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More than two years after the first wave of state policy reforms aimed at increasing housing production were signed into law, are they having their intended affect? Focusing on accessory dwelling units and associated policies intended to help California homeowners take housing production into their own hands, this panel of experts, spanning academia, public policy and the development community, will identify how the state can better empower homeowners to champion new development in their own backyard and leverage innovative housing solutions to help resolve the homelessness crisis.

Moderator:
Liam Dillon, Journalist, Los Angeles Times

Panelists:

  • Assemblymember Phil Ting, 19th District, California State Assembly
  • Greg Nickless, Housing Policy Analyst, California Department of Housing and Community Development
  • Marcelle Boudreaux, Principal Planner and ADU Program Manager, San Francisco Planning Department
  • Deirdre Pfeiffer, Associate Professor, School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning, Arizona State University
  • Denise Pinkston, Partner, TMG Partners (full-service developer)

This event is free and is open to members of C.A.R.

For more information: melissah@car.org

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Sacramento Convention Center

1400 J Street

Room 202

Sacramento, CA 95814

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