Note: I love the way people are now talking about it as an "apartment ban" rather than "single family zoning". Frame it as the negative thing it is.
Now a speaker, a union member, pointing out anti-HALA people saying their neighborhood will be wrecked but they're almost all white. Calls it white privilege.
These people seem to believe this that their homes will get bulldozed against their will.
Asks Council how they would feel if their family got displaced. Not clear why she thinks #MHA is displacing her.
Developers will not build affordable housing in W Seattle, will be elsewhere. Sightlines, walkability, etc.
"we will systematically strip the green from the Emerald City" #MHA
Talking about taking away people's views and being a lousy neighbor. Not sure why any new neighbors would be more lousy than these comments.
He just did search and there are lots of apartment buildings so why not just start subsidizing those
Says city defunded existing neighborhood plans and are not forcing developers follow
I'm pretty tired of hearing all these wealthy homeowners saying "I'm all for affordable housing and more housing... just not this affordable housing and new housing"
- MHA should require on site affordable housing (the anti-MHA side are almost all saying this - I hope @CMRobJohnson gives us what is almost unanimous)
- Lots of people saying they support affordable housing but not this aff housing