How Realistic is Orange County’s New Housing Plan?

Orange County officials are moving forward with a new housing plan that could bring over 10,000 new homes to unincorporated county, but Supervisor Katrina Foley is questioning its realism due to some of the proposed sites already being developed. She voted with her colleagues to send the plan to state officials for approval, but it is already far behind on their previous housing goals. The plan includes sites such as Rancho Mission Viejo, Brea's oil fields, and Coyote Canyon in Newport Beach, with 799 low income housing units, over 7,000 moderate and above moderate income housing units, and 323 above moderate income homes set to be

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