California legislators making progress in effort to relax ‘granny unit’ rules


Bay Area and state legislation intending to relax rules on accessory dwelling units, or ADUs — more commonly called "granny units" — seem to be gaining traction among lawmakers.

The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee yesterday approved Senate Bill 831, authored by State Sen. Bob Wieckowksi (D-Fremont). The bill will be heard in the Assembly Local Government Committee next week, and if approved, will be sent to the Assembly Appropriations Committee.

The bill contains…

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