A Dozen Experts Studied Columbus’ Income Disparities and Affordable Housing Issues. Here’s What They Suggest.
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Zoning that keeps up with the times. A more reactive incentives policy. Less dependence on variances. An immediate change in eviction policies.
A dozen national experts studied Columbus neighborhoods and told officials here that those four changes, among others, could help these areas thrive.
After a week of studying several neighborhoods and talking with city, business and nonprofit leaders, the group presented its findings this morning at the Coleman Center as part of a larger program to help Columbus promote mixed-income neighborhoods.
The group is made up of development and government veterans from cities across the country working with the Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use, which was created by the National League of Cities and the Urban Land Institute…..read the full article.