Another $470,000 in state grants to assist create more real estate has been introduced for south Orange Area cities.
San Clemente and also San Juan Capistrano will obtain financing from the California Division of Real Estate as well as Neighborhood Growth, signing up with formerly announced Dana Factor, Aliso Viejo as well as Rancho Santa Margarita., Sen. Patricia Bates claimed Thursday, Feb. 20.Those cities received a mixed $345,000.
San Clemente will get $310,000 to do a survey of land offered for houses as well as enhance the permitting process for developments. San Juan Capistrano will get $160,000 to assess sites that can fit a higher density of houses and upgrade the city’s general plan to ensure consistency with state regulation.
“I delight in that the California Division of Real Estate and also Community Development is assisting extra cities in my district to encourage more housing manufacturing,” Bates, R-Laguna Niguel, stated in a declaration. “Finding affordable housing is a major challenge for lots of Californians as well as I will proceed to do what I can to guarantee every community receives its fair share of state resources.”
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