The world is recognizing you can't keep building 1950s-style ranch houses because we don't have the land anymore. I don't think San Jose is any different. As all cities mature and grapple with land becoming more scarce, there's still a desire to build housing in a community.
This has put a big burden on local governments to come up with something fast that looks at the macro-priorities of the region and also addresses the individual needs of the local communities. And we know that government doesn't start and stop on a dime.
We don't think it has any merit to it. It is a frivolous action to take.