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Re: “After 15 years, Chapel Hill is still trying to get a grip on its housing problem

I would be more sympathetic for housing advocates if they actually pushed for more housing. Developers and investors who tried to increase the housing supply were stymied by the town's insistence on parking restrictions and limitations on how many unrelated people could live in a house.

Perhaps the best future for Northside is one where people live in multi-family homes and small apartment buildings, not single-family homes that are unsustainable given real estate values in the town. Unfortunately, this future is imperiled by the very advocates who claim to be concerned about the availability of housing in town.

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Posted by Louis on 03/18/2015 at 1:52 PM

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