Healdsburg city council set to make a move towards helping middle income families with housing. The Council is expected to decided whether to send a measure to the ballot next March to amend the city’s annual residential growth cap to allow developers to sell more homes to middle income families. Currently, developers can construct up to 80 housing units each year with 30 of them market rate and up to 50 income-restricted rental units. This would allow developers to sell homes to those who qualify for Income-Restricted Rental Units. If forwarded to the ballot by the city council, it would need a simple majority to pass.