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We found which Bay Area cities aren't pulling their weight on housing

In August, Palo Alto mayor Patrick Burt broke the internet when he argued that, as one way to combat the Bay Area’s housing crisis, the growth of jobs ought to be limited in his well-heeled South Bay city. "We're looking to increase the rate of housing growth, but decrease the rate of job growth," Burt told Curbed SF. Those comments followed the resignation of Palo Alto Planning and Transportation Commissioner Kate Vershov Downing, who wrote in an open letter that, among other things, high housing prices pushed her and her family out of the city and were, to put in mildly, a little controversial.
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