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And yet, L.A. is much, much closer to its residential capacity than the more compact and more populous NYC. Los Angeles has created a crisis of artificial scarcity; a burden for renters, a drain on economic growth, and an environmental disaster. The city has planned itself into a cage.
It wasn’t always this way. According to Greg Morrow, a planner and professor, Los Angeles had a residential capacity of 10 million in 1960. In the years since, that has fallen by 60 percent, as the city turned over planning responsibilities to communities. Local control led to lower densities, larger minimum lots, parking requirements and setbacks.
In Morrow’s dissertation, he neatly sums up the varied effects of four decades of community control. Poor, largely minority neighborhoods have borne the brunt of new construction. Affluent, largely white communities have effectively thrown up the gates.
Florence Hagins, a mother and community activist who convinced bank presidents to increase mortgage lending in Boston’s neighborhoods of color, died Saturday March 21, 2015 at her home in Jacksonville, Florida. She was 67.
Florence transitioned from this earth to join her parents, Hazel Louise McCarthy and Carlton Robart McCarthy II, her aunt May Evelyn Diggs, and her sister Charlene McCarthy Beavers. Florence was educated in the Boston Public School system and graduated from Jamaica Plain High School.
Hagins retired in 2005 as assistant director of the Dorchester-based Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance. Florence worked in the health care field for 23 years before her tenure at MAHA. She was a life-long Boston resident until her retirement. She grew up in the Whittier public housing development in Roxbury and in 1991 became the first homeowner in an affordable mortgage program designed to reverse decades of redlining by area banks.
Hagins quickly became the chief advocate of the innovative mortgage plan that has now reached 18,300 low- and moderate-income first-time homebuyers across Massachusetts, half being homeowners of color.
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