Supervisors support one, split to sta...

Supervisors support one, split to stay neutral on another housing measure on Nov. ballot

Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors took a "support" position on Proposition 2, a state bond ballot measure to build housing for homeless individuals with mental illness but, took a "no position" on Proposition 10, another state ballot measure that would expand residential property rent control at Tuesday's meeting. Supervisors voted 4-0 in favor of Proposition 2, but voted 3-1 to a remain neutral, with Supervisor John Gioia of Richmond in dissent, on the rent control measure - Proposition 10. Supervisor Federal Glover of Pittsburg was absent.

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