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Regional Housing Needs. Finalize RHND Allocations March 15, 2001. Recent Events. Completed the Review and Revision Process 90-day Jurisdiction Review Period (August 31, 2000) 60-day ABAG Response to Jurisdiction Comments (October 30, 2000).

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Regional Housing Needs

Finalize RHND AllocationsMarch 15, 2001

recent events
Recent Events
  • Completed the Review and Revision Process
    • 90-day Jurisdiction Review Period(August 31, 2000)
    • 60-day ABAG Response to Jurisdiction Comments (October 30, 2000)
  • Executive Board Adopted Final RHND Allocations (November 16, 2000)
  • Conducted Appeal Hearings (January 25, 2001)
requested actions
Requested Actions
  • Review & Accept Appeal Committee Decisions
    • Presentation by Appeal Committee & Executive Board memberSupervisor Rose Jacob Gibson
  • Adjust final RHND allocations to reflect Appeal Committee actions
  • Adopt a Resolution forwarding the RHND Allocations to the State Dept. of Housing and Community Development
major issues raised
Major Issues Raised
  • Data Sources and the Methodology
    • Several Jurisdictions raised raised issues concerning the availability and accuracy of the data used in the methodology
  • Regulatory Constraints
    • slow growth and other numerical growth limiting ordinances
    • urban growth boundaries (UGBs)
    • lack of existing sites with residential zoning to accommodate housing
  • General Comments
    • The overall regional number is too high and does not match the ABAG Projections 2000 forecast of growth for the region
    • The RHND process needs to be revised to recognize local governmental constraints more accurately
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Summary of Appeal Hearings

Presentation by:SupervisorRose Jacobs Gibson, San Mateo County

appeal hearings
Appeal Hearings
  • 10 Jurisdictions appealed the final RHND allocations made by the Executive Board on November 16, 2000
  • Appeal Committee met on January 25, 2001 and heard all appeals
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Appeal Committee Actions

  • 8 Jurisdiction Appeals Denied
    • City of Piedmont: Data Sources and the Methodology
    • City of Rohnert Park: Data Sources and the Methodology
    • City of Saratoga: Data Sources and the Methodology
    • County of Solano: Data Sources and the Methodology
    • Town of Windsor: Regulatory Constraints
    • County of Sonoma: Regulatory Constraints/ General Issues
    • City of Gilroy: Regulatory Constraints
    • County of Santa Clara: Regulatory Constraints
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Appeal Committee Actions

  • 2 modifications made by the Appeal Committee
    • City of Alameda: Reduced RHND Allocation
    • City of Richmond: Income Category Distribution Modified
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Specific Allocation Adjustments

  • City of Alameda
    • 441 unit reduction
    • allocation reduced due to the significant job loss suffered by the City of Alameda as a result of the Alameda NAS base closure
    • the job loss suffered by the City of Alameda is unique in the ABAG region
    • reduction contingent upon approval by HCD
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Specific Allocation Adjustments

  • City of Richmond
    • Shifted 288 units from the very low, low and moderate income groups into the above moderate income group.
    • The City has a disproportionately large number of lower income households. This is unique when compared to the other jurisdictions in Contra Costa County and the region.
    • The overall RHND allocation is not reduced.
recommendation
Recommendation
  • Review and Accept the Appeals Committee decisions for the ten appeals
  • Adjust the RHND allocations for the cities of Richmond and Alameda
  • Adopt the attached resolution forwarding the ABAG RHND allocations to HCD
  • Direct staff to notify all jurisdictions of the Board’s action
next steps
Next Steps
  • Send official notice of RHND allocations to all jurisdictions (Local jurisdictions begin updating their Housing Elements-due December 31, 2001)
  • Submit final RHND plan to HCD (end of May 2001)
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