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Also -- what kind of housing structure supports "non-traditional families?"
Three separate parties are vying for the zone:
CB8 would like the zone to become a mix of manufacturing, subsidized housing (aka "affordable") and market rate housing.
However, the owners of the properties in the zone would like to be able to build exclusively market rate residential.
And, the city seems to be interested in a mix of market rate residential, and subsidized residential.
In exchange for taking CB8's objectives into account, the city is demanding that the CB publicly endorse the Zoning for Quality and Affordability zoning rules that are presently being considered by the City Council.
...CB8 is being told it is not in charge.
Rachel ran with the story:
Bump: CB8's land use subcommittee will take place TONIGHT, Feb. 29 at 6:30 PM
...Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation at 727 Classon Ave.