We believe this is the current iteration of the map, but don't quote us on that.
After months of study, hand-wringing and public debate, a plan that spells out how and where the city could accommodate nearly 1,200 new homes in the coming years could soon be headed for the November ballot.1,987 market-rate units instead of 1,200? That's a heck of a "buffer!"
The city’s Planning Commission wrapped up work this week on the so-called Sustainable Mixed Use Places map, acknowledging there is no easy way to achieve state-mandated housing goals, but saying the map was the best of four possible options.
The latest plan that commissioners backed Thursday night would allow the city to accommodate 1,987 housing "units" in the 20 to 30 dwelling units per acre range.