San Diego County is considering a proposal that would allow homeowners to build accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, on their property. The units would be separate from the main residence, and could be used for rental income, in-law units, or guest quarters. The proposal has generated a lot of debate, with some people arguing that it would help to address the region's housing shortage, and others claiming that it would lead to more traffic and congestion. However, the fact remains that ADUs can provide a valuable source of income for homeowners, and can help to meet the demand for housing in high-density areas. With this in mind, the County should move forward with the proposal and allow homeowners to build ADUs on their property.