July 28, 2009

Housing Element Draft Available for Review and Comment

According to a notice sent out by the City of San Leandro, an administrative draft of the San Leandro Housing Element is available for review and comment on the city's web site.

The Housing Element "addresses affordable housing and other housing issues. The update helps the City meet the state requirement to revise the housing element every five to seven years and will serve as a blueprint for accommodating San Leandro's housing needs through 2014."

Comments on the draft Housing Element can be emailed to Phil Millenbah, faxed to (510) 577-6007, by TDD at (510) 577-3343 or sent by snail mail to Mr. Millenbah's attention at 835 E. 14th St., San Leandro, CA, 94577. Comments will be accepted until August 15, 2009.

The full text of the notification is after the break:

Dear Neighbor:

We are writing to let you know that an Administrative Draft of the San Leandro Housing Element has been completed and may be reviewed on the City of San Leandro's website at http://www.ci.san-leandro.ca.us/CDHousElement2008_09.asp

During July and August 2009, this Administrative Draft will be evaluated by the State of California Department of Housing and Community Development. At the end of August, the State will issue·a formal comment letter indicating what changes (if any) will be required to receive State certification. The City will make appropriate revisions and produce a Planning Commission Draft in September 2009. At that time, a second public review and comment period will be provided and public hearings will be held.

Comments on this Administrative Draft are welcome and will be accepted through August 15, 2009. You may provide comments via email to pmillenbah@ci.san-Ieandro.ca.us, by phone to 510-517-:3321, by fax to 510-577-6007, by TDD to 510-577-3343, or by surface mail to:

Phil Millenbah
San Leandro Planning Department
835 East 14th Street
San Leandro, CA 94577
You will receive additional notification this Fall when the Planning Commission Draft is released for public review and hearings.

Sincerely

Phil Millenbah
Senior Planner

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