“The first order of business is to get people into a safe and decent place,” he said. “It’s a humanitarian crisis in the city of San Jose. We think we can create a pilot and model here that would be transferable to other jurisdictions.” - NPH Policy Director Michael Lane
NPH Policy Director Michael Lane talked with Rosemary Chalmers on KSCO 1080's Good Morning Monterey Bay about NPH-supported Assembly Bill 2176 (Campos). This groundbreaking legislation taking effect in January 2017, allows the City of San Jose to build tiny homes on city-owned property as a pilot program to focus on the homelessness crisis, while permanent, supportive, affordable housing is built.