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1 Per communication, CP290.
2 Per communication, California Futures Network.
3 Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California. (www.nonprofithousing.org) and "Land Use and Housing Fact Sheet," The California Futures Network (www.calfutures.org.)
4 "Land Use and State/Local Finance Fact Sheet," The California Futures Network (www.calfutures.org.)
5 Per communication, The California Futures Network.
8 "Land Use and Housing Fact Sheet," The California Futures Network (www.calfutures.org.)
10 "Housing Solutions for Silicon Valley: Housing Solutions Report, 1999," prepared by Strategic Economics for Greenbelt Alliance and Silicon Valley Manufacturing Group, p.5.
12 "There Goes the Neighborhood: A Regional Analysis of Gentrification and Community Stability in the San Francisco Bay Area," Urban Habitat Program, p.11.
13 Ibid, p.17.
14 "Regional Housing Needs Executive Summary," Association of Bay Area Governments Online, www.abag.ca.gov.
15 "There Go Goes the Neighborhood: A Regional Analysis of Gentrification and Community Stability in the San Francisco Bay Area," Urban Habitat Program Ibid, p.11.
16 Collaborations based upon money usually die when the money runs out. It is yet to be seen if the community building efforts that are largely based upon money will be an exception to that rule.
17 One mechanism to force groups to work together is to make sure that all monies distributed through the Initiative are distributed only to groups working in collaboration.
18 For example, McClymonds High School in West Oakland operates daily at well below its capacity.
19 Based on a 30-year fixed mortgage at 7.25% with a downpayment of 5%.