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Students from the Mission's John O'Connell High School took on the economics of housing in their neighborhood for a local Civic Day event and used the concepts of supply and demand and elasticity to reject the idea of a housing moratorium. Instead, they proposed increasing height limits, upping the minimum affordable housing requirement for new developments, and pushing for the city to buy abandoned buildings to rehab into affordable housing. The students won an award for their work. [Mission Local; previously]