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Ravenswood City School District board to vote next week on 400-unit teacher housing proposal

Original post made on Sep 24, 2023

The Ravenswood City School District is looking to ink an agreement for an affordable housing project that could bring 450 affordable homes to 2120 Euclid Ave., the site of the district office.

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Posted by PH
a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Sep 24, 2023 at 8:42 am

PH is a registered user.

I'm glad RCSD decided to abandon the Life Sciences office in favor of housing.

It made no sense for RCSD to pursue both the Flood School housing and the Life Sciences office when the housing demand created by the office would exceed the supply provided by the School project thereby worsening the net housing deficit and inevitably displacing more people (including teachers) than it housed.

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