Source: KQED
By: Farida Jhabvala Romero
Date: March 15, 2015
Related Staff: Richard A. Marcantonio

Many renters in Menlo Park’s Belle Haven neighborhood believe Facebook’s presence has pushed up rents, making it harder for working-class families to find decent places to live.

In 2012, Peninsula Interfaith Action and two other nonprofits sued the city for failing for two decades to comply with a state law which mandates planning for affordable and market-rate housing, explains Managing Attorney Richard Marcantonio.

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