Environmental Impact of MIZ: Our Comments to the City

EIS Comments

In an earlier post I mentioned that the City has found a Determination of Significance (DS) for their Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning (MIZ) proposal which they call Mandatory Housing Affordability – Residential (MHA – R). This is our comment for their process of determining the environmental impacts of MHA -R. We think they are significant.¬† Our […]

I Agree With Herbold: What is the Value Exchange with MIZ?

Letter from McCullough

Councilmember Lisa Herbold has proposed some amendments to the Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning (MIZ) scheme being considered by the Planning, Land Use, and Zoning Committee on Tuesday. In the simplest terms, these amendments¬†are asking a value exchange question: is there enough public benefit coming from the upzones that are proposed. Remember, MIZ is a mechanism that […]

Summation: MIZ is Mistake of Generational Proportions

The following is what I would say to the Planning, Land Use, and Zoning (PLUZ) Committee before it meets on Tuesday, August 2, with my two minutes if I am able to get them. Being able to give public comment these days is always hit or miss. I limited myself to 300 words. This is […]