Covid-19 Update: California Legislators Urge Bay Area Counties To Relax Restrictions On Housing Construction

May 4, 2020
Newmeyer Dillion

On April 16, 2020, sixteen California legislators urged Bay Area counties to relax the restrictions on housing construction under various shelter in place orders. Citing the desperate need to address the growing housing shortfall in California, the legislators recognized the intentions of the orders to limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect workers, but suggested alternative measures to allow both goals to be met.

Newmeyer Dillion continues to follow COVID-19 and its impact on your business and our communities. Feel free to reach out to us at NDcovid19response@ndlf.com or visit us at www.newmeyerdillion.com/covid-19-multidisciplinary-task-force/.

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