- Nov 2016
Heminger estimated that it would take “over a million” new housing units “to make a dent in the shortfall.” The real challenge, he said, is “to fit that growth in the communities we cherish,” adding, in a non sequitur: “We need to change what the Bay Area looks like.”
That's not a non-sequitur at all. If you build a bunch of things, it will change the landscape.
This statement was totally on point and to the point: defending "neighborhood character", as more conservative voices often do, is at odds with major development.