Dr. Ben Carson plans the City Council to reduce the number of single family homes in an effort to increase equal access to housing.
Ms Trump's Housing and Urban Development Secretary, Carson, was in Minneapolis on Tuesday to promote the administration of housing policy successes. they have been criticized from both sides of the aisle.
But his views on Minneapolis 2040's more localized strategic plan, and his expression to the city.
The controversial plan would mean that all zoning restrictions on all residential trees in the city would be released, allowing multiple family units to be built on plots limited to existing households.
He cited cities such as Los Angeles where there is a housing crisis, but 80 per cent of the land is zoned for one-family housing, noting. "The correlation seems very strong," he said. "The more restrictions on zoning and regulation, the higher the prices and the most homeless."
Minneapolis' 2040 plan, which will have a final vote in the city council later this year, is attracting wider interest at national level, with The New York Times including it in this Tuesday piece about cities questioning “American ideal” yards on all a lot.
He described the stage taken by Minneapolis "fantastic" by allowing zoning up all many in the city, rather than just picking certain neighborhoods.
"If we were going to choose and choose, the fight I think would be more bloody," said Heather Worthington, long-term planning director of Minneapolis City, with the NYT.
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The newspaper notes that it would create 6,200 new housing units with only 5 per cent of the largest households (5,000 square feet and above) in the city.
However, the plan has grown dramatically in richer areas in south-west Minneapolis.
The ghost attendees raised the homes with higher family units occupying, claiming that it would make the city more affordable as it would not make fiscal sense for private developers to build multi-family units. any person other than the middle and upper classes
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