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State Government

Capitol Roundup: Early Spending Proposals From Senate, Assembly Dems

December 6, 2016 | Amy Quinton

California Senate Democrats want to tackle unfinished business from last legislative session – including fixing the state’s aging infrastructure and boosting affordable housing. Meanwhile, Assembly Democrats are setting their budget priorities.

Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press

Banks Take Back More Homes In October

November 10, 2016 | Steve Milne

Bank repossessions - the final stage of the home foreclosure process - were up in Sacramento County last month. But overall foreclosure activity is down, keeping the inventory of available homes low and making it a tough market for first-time buyers.

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Yuba County Built A Village Of Tiny Homes To Solve A Big Problem

August 15, 2016 | Bob Moffitt

A village of small houses for the homeless is now open in the city of Marysville.

Report: Home Prices Likely To Soften

August 8, 2016 | Steve Milne

Research firm Clear Capital says Sacramento area home prices have increased by 9.5 percent from a year ago. An analyst says prices will likely soften due to supply and demand - fewer first-time home buyers can afford to buy now.

Food and Sustainability

California Receives USDA Loans For Affordable Farmworker Housing

July 15, 2016 | Julia Mitric

California will receive $18 million in US Department of Agriculture Loans for affordable farm worker housing.

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Insight With Beth Ruyak

Substandard Housing And Rental Safety

June 28, 2016

On Insight, we'll talk about rental safety and what residents can do to make sure their needs are met. Our guests include a former director of the Sacramento Development Department, Max Fernandez, who oversees the city's rental inspection program.

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Moving Families Out Of Poor Neighborhoods Aim Of HUD Plan

June 15, 2016 | Steve Milne

The federal government says Sacramento-Arden Arcade-Roseville would be among the U.S. metro areas to qualify for a proposed new rule intended to expand housing choices for low-income families.

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San Francisco Accuses Arts School Of Illegal Dorms

May 6, 2016

(AP) — A popular arts school that is one of San Francisco's largest property owners has illegally removed hundreds of residential units from the city's tight housing market, San Francisco said in a lawsuit filed on Friday.

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