Redondo Beach City Councilmember: Low And Medium-Income Families Don't 'Deserve' An Ocean View

By Erik W. Rose Redondo Beach, October 14, 2022 – City officials in Redondo Beach exposed their latent racism in a stunning series of public and pr...

October 20, 2022
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By Erik W. Rose Redondo Beach, October 14, 2022 – City officials in Redondo Beach exposed their latent racism in a stunning series of public and private remarks regarding their attempts to fight a new affordable housing project in Redondo Beach that would include more than 450 new homes designated for low-income families. Developer Leo Pustilnikov wants to redevelop the soon to be closed Redondo Beach Power Plant into a mixed-use project called 'One Redondo.'  The 49-acre project will have more than 2,200 units, including more than 450 new homes set aside for low-income families, which city officials in Redondo Beach publicly oppose.

Oscar Mejia Garcia