Paying More to Drive: Responses

Irvine Train Tracks

Last week, an Op Ed I'd written in late February/late March was finally published. I discuss how housing and development in Irvine is misunderstood and the real cause of traffic congestion. I conclude thus: We – you and I who live in Irvine – have a choice. We can pay attention to the research, experts, … Continue reading Paying More to Drive: Responses

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Nightmist Gets the Green Light

Thank you Mayor Don Wagner and Irvine City Council for allocating $3 million from the housing-in-lieu monies to the Nightmist Affordable Rental Housing project by the Irvine Community Land Trust (ICLT). In response, ICLT is adding extra low income units and reaching out to homeless veterans too. In researching Irvine housing a few weeks ago … Continue reading Nightmist Gets the Green Light

The I4E Digital Library to Support Local Advocacy and Community Outreach for Ending Homelessness in the OC

The Irvine4Everyone Digital Library <https://i4e.omeka.net&gt; is one of the creative outcomes from an I4E meeting with Mayor Wagner and City staff, on April 15, 2018.   I4E is  a growing group of residents who have come together in the wake of horrific protests against siting a temporary emergency shelter on county-owned land across from the … Continue reading The I4E Digital Library to Support Local Advocacy and Community Outreach for Ending Homelessness in the OC