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We are neighbors who say “yes” to a more diverse set of housing options in Ann Arbor. We’d like to be your neighbor. Join us!

Support Housing Abundance: A Guide to the June 7, 2021 City Council Agenda

This post was written by Scott Trudeau. Scott is a former Ann Arbor City Planning Commissioner, and a current trustee of the Ann Arbor District Library. The views presented below are his own. The housing affordability crisis is a complex problem and one that has no single solution. People and households vary across what theyContinue reading “Support Housing Abundance: A Guide to the June 7, 2021 City Council Agenda”

recap of summer reads on housing diversity and affordability

It’s been a busy and challenging summer. So perhaps you missed a few recent articles about how zoning affects housing affordability? We’ve got you covered. Here are a few thought-provoking pieces of writing from the past few months. Deng, et al., “Op-Ed: For climate and Affordability, Reform Zoning,” Michigan Daily, June 19, 2020.Penned by aContinue reading “recap of summer reads on housing diversity and affordability”


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