The California Supreme Court has ruled that home builders could be forced to sell houses at below fair-market value to a select few buyers to fulfill a city’s inclusionary zoning mandates. In his op-ed, Fresno attorney Jeff Reid says that such mandates really are about price control – not zoning.
The California Supreme Court has ruled that home builders could be forced to sell houses at below fair-market value to a select few buyers to fulfill a city’s inclusionary zoning mandates. In his op-ed, Fresno attorney Jeff Reid says that such mandates really are about price control – not zoning. GARY KAZANJIAN Fresno Bee File Photo
The California Supreme Court has ruled that home builders could be forced to sell houses at below fair-market value to a select few buyers to fulfill a city’s inclusionary zoning mandates. In his op-ed, Fresno attorney Jeff Reid says that such mandates really are about price control – not zoning. GARY KAZANJIAN Fresno Bee File Photo

Jeffrey Reid: Fresno City Council should reject inclusionary zoning

August 12, 2015 07:30 AM

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