California just changed single-family zoning laws. Is it the death of the suburbs?

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

A law recently signed by California Gov. Gavin Newsom could potentially change what San Diego County has looked like for nearly a century. About half of all housing in San Diego is traditional, single-family homes but the governor’s action in mid-September could alter that. There are nearly 400,000 single-family lots in San Diego County that could be transformed into a property with up to four homes based on the law, according to University of California Berkeley research. Senate Bill 9 allows a property owner to take their single-family property, split it in two and put up three additional ho…

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