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Two-year permitting and legal battle raises cost 20% for seven housing units, plus commercial space.
No bids to host winter warming shelter could leave more than 70 people without a place to sleep.
The meeting next Wednesday invites residents to share their ideas for the downtown land.
The former homeless shelter will be converted into seven affordable housing units
Land for affordable housing appraised by the city at $700K in value, authority to only pay $100K.
“This problem cannot be solved by the free market alone.”
The bill would limit units to one per person beginning January 2025.
Plan turning downtown homeless shelter into apartments gets 2nd reprieve from Planning Commission
What’s being done and what resources are available?