How San Diego plans to tackle a middle-class home crunch

Econ & Housing

SAN DIEGO —  San Diego will expand city efforts to spur construction of housing for middle-income residents with a new wave of reforms — including softer rules for removing historic structures, complying with water pollution mandates and using cheaper building materials. The reforms, which are being recommended by a panel of industry experts and housing advocates…

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