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Affirmed Housing’s workforce housing mixed-use development Hilltop and Euclid will face significant delays as the result of litigation. San Diegans for Open Government has filed a lawsuit against the developer to have the project’s City Council approval rescinded. Affirmed Housing’s vision for the project was to supply both affordable and market-rate homes, along with 8,500 square feet of commercial space. It was approved unanimously in June 2016.

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