Bramson: Breaking voter promises might destroy San Jose’s affordable future

When San Jose voters approved the Measure E real estate transfer tax increase in 2020, the mandate was clear. The revenue generated by the new ballot measure from the sale or purchase of property worth more than $2 million would go directly to addressing the lack of affordable housing in our community. It was a… The post Bramson: Breaking voter promises might destroy San Jose’s affordable future appeared first on San José Spotlight.

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