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Population and Housing

Page 4.K-17              BCC-473 [See page 5-253 for the original comment] Because ABAG Projections 2013 were approved as part of Plan Bay Area subsequent to the public review period for the Brisbane Baylands Draft EIR replacing ABAG’s earlier Projections 2009, all references to the older Projections 2009 are stricken from the Brisbane Baylands EIR.


Page 4.K-19              BCC-498[See page 5-257 for the original comment] REVISE the first and second full paragraphs as follows.


California Housing Element Law (Government Code Section 65580, et seq.) requires cities and counties to include, as part of their general plans, a housing element to address housing conditions and needs in the community. The housing element law requires the California Department of Housing and Community Development, in consultation with each regional council of governments,6 to determine each region’s existing and projected housing need. The regional council of governments in turn develops a regional housing allocation plan that includes the actual


6ABAG is the council of governments for the Bay Area.
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