Anaheim to Proceed With Angel Stadium Affordable Housing Change

ANAHEIM, Calif.—Anaheim planning commissioners advanced a proposal to lower the number of on-site affordable housing units at Angel Stadium on May 9 following allegations from the state housing department that the stadium sale violated state law.
Commissioners approved a development agreement to allocate $27.7 million for 84 to 104 apartment units for low-income households on the property surrounding Angel Stadium during a 4–1 vote, with two members abstaining because of work or residency conflicts.
Originally, the city settled a lawsuit with the state by promising to build 466 affordable units on the land over the next 25 years.
The agreement will be voted upon by the city council—who has the final say—at a later date.

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