More density in neighborhoods? Opposition is growing to bill that would allow four homes on a lot

Daily Post Correspondent

Opposition is growing to a bill in the state Legislature that could allow four housing units in many places where one single-family home now sits — density that critics say belongs elsewhere.

And much of the controversy over Senate Bill 9, by Sen. Toni Atkins, D-San Diego, relates to different interpretations of how many homes the bill would allow on a single-family lot. While Atkins’ office said in most cases the bill would allow up to four homes on what is now a single-family lot, some say that number could be six or even more units. …

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