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Orozco, Norma <br /> From: Nathaniel Greensides <> <br /> Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2021 5:31 PM <br /> To: eComment; Hernandez,Johnathan <br /> Subject: Public Hearing Item 42 <br /> I wish to express my support for the item with some philosophical concern of the source from which it arises. <br /> California's SB9 aims to alleviate the housing crisis by removing barriers to the creation of new units on <br /> currently existing properties zoned as Single Family Residence. While I applaud the efforts to remove lengthy <br /> bureaucratic processes upon private individuals who are attempting to contribute to our societal goal of <br /> affordable housing, I worry that both the local implementation of the state law, as well as the state law itself, <br /> does nothing to create incentives for those who actually own large residential lots in Santa Ana to split <br /> residential lots nor to develop new dwellings on/from their properties. <br /> I also take concern that neither the local implementation nor the state law itself divests from the notion of single <br /> use neighborhoods only exacerbating environmental destruction - people who live in dwellings and properties <br /> subdivided as a result of SB9 will still need their own individual cars to get around town and the region at large. <br /> Sincerely, <br /> Nathaniel Greensides <br /> Ward 5 Resident <br /> i <br />