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That jaw-dropper and how we got to it was the subject of a deep dive into the origins of San Diego’s single-family zoning laws by Andrew Keatts this week.
It has been that way for nearly 100 years since San Diego passed its first zoning ordinance.
City and state leaders, though, continue to have robust debates about the best way to address the exclusionary nature of single-family zoning, and the racial and income segregation it has perpetuated.
Historians and housing experts have outlined the ways in which the zoning we know today was adopted as a replacement that could achieve the same result, and it has persisted ever since.
By the end of 1923 the city was refusing to grant a University Heights zone because an appeals court ruled against Los Angeles’s zoning plan.
San Diego followed the trend by adopting its first zoning ordinance in 1923, following months of debate, including over the city attorney’s belief that it was illegal.
This zoning offers no real contradiction of the usual pattern of Pennsylvania migrations.
New York has made an elaborate report on the zoning of the city into business, industrial, and residential areas.
The selling-floor location of these utility units determines the zoning system of the warehouses on the tenth.
A class is an expression of interest, not the product of statistical distribution based on birth and zoning.

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