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Woodland low-income housing vs. low-income housing here

New low income housing in the City of Woodland: 80 units, 4.5 acres, 2 stories, 60% more parking than required by the state, subjected to environmental analysis, adjacent to (yards from) services, and designed with community's input. "David Mogavero of Mogavero Architects in Sacramento told commissioners that the design and scale of the complex has been fleshed out in previous meetings with community residents last September and November."

Low income housing under construction on Butano in Arden Arcade: 148 units, 5.1 acres, 3 stories, given a pass on parking and environmental analysis, far distant from services and imposed despite community's input.

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Low income housing planned for City of Woodland (graphic from Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency)
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