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Study: Housing Workforce Shortage in California Is Barrier to Affordability
OAKLAND, Calif., Jan. 14, 2019 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- According to California's Housing and Community Development Department (HCD), the golden state must dramatically increase the productive capacity of its residential construction sector in order to create enough new housing to improve affordability. However, new research released today by Smart Cities Prevail shows the industry has failed to make the investments necessary to compete for the more than 200,000 new workers necessary to meet this ambitious goal.
Smart Cities Prevail Launches Multi-State Campaign On Prevailing Wage Laws
SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 23, 2018 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Smart Cities Prevail today released a series of new TV advertisements on prevailing wage laws, part of a multi-state public information campaign launching in California and New Mexico. "Rebuilding America" highlights the important role that prevailing wage laws play in promoting local hiring and higher quality workmanship on schools, roads and other public projects.
California City Leaders Call for Prevailing Wages in 2017 State Housing Reforms
SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 18, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- In an open letter that ran as a full page ad in today's Sacramento Bee, elected leaders from six of California's eight largest cities called on California Governor Jerry Brown and the State Legislature to include prevailing wage standards in state housing reforms. The ad was paid for by Smart Cities Prevail (SCP).
Linking Prevailing Wage Standards with Housing Reforms Would Close Affordability Gap and Save Taxpayer Dollars
SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 24, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- A brand new study by construction industry research non-profit Smart Cities Prevail shows that linking prevailing wage standards with proposed reforms to streamline new housing development would close the affordability gap, save state and local governments tens of millions of dollars annually, and disproportionately benefit communities of color.