Lots of laneway homes can be found along Lillooet Street in East Vancouver.

The Need for a Youth Guaranteed Housing Program in Merced

May 13, 2022 / By

Young people of Merced weigh in on why a youth guaranteed housing program would be beneficial for the city.

Lack of Affordable Housing Is a Problem That Brings More Problems

February 17, 2022 / By

A transcript of Natalia Stewart's comments from the Feb. 10 City of Merced budget town hall.

The City of Merced Must Be More Than the Bare Minimum

February 17, 2022 / By
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With every budget that passes in Merced, the city only narrowly reaches the bare minimum when it comes to allocating funding for affordable housing.

Merced City Must Invest its Own Funds for Affordable Housing

February 16, 2022 / By

The City of Merced’s current budget is around $483 million dollars. This includes both non-discretionary and discretionary funds.

Undeserving of Being Forced to Live Amongst Violence

February 16, 2022 / By

I was born and raised in Merced as the eldest daughter to two Mexican immigrants. My mother is from the Mexican state of Michoacan and my father from Guerrero.

We ‘Ced Weighs in: Mother’s Day

May 10, 2021 / By
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As Mother’s Day weekend closes We ‘Ced reporters reflect on the ways they honor the Mother figures in their lives.