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“Single-family zoning is indeed a vestige of racism, but simply removing that vestige of racism without cutting a check for all the equity and all the generational wealth that was generated over decades is not going to solve the problem.” Read more

Durham County

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The developer agreed to include affordable units, but he also has to clear a traffic study. Read more

Wake County

“Things are rarely either/or.” Read more

Letters to the Editor

And other things our readers told us this week. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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The Raleigh lawyer and businessman talks affordable housing, transportation, and more on this edition of the podcast. Read more

Wake County

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“We shouldn’t be looking at just this one tool. It really is, across the board, what can we do to increase all housing types, housing choices?” Read more

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Steve Oliva

In just over a year, UMD families went from staying an average of 33 days to 116; singles have increased their length of stay from 24 to 77 days. Read more

Durham County

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“We have a number of communities that are not represented right now. The lack of representation keeps us from having innovative ideas.” Read more

Wake County

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Durham County

The former Army Reserve Center on Carroll Street will be demolished and replaced with up to sixty-five units for people who have experienced homelessness. Read more

Durham County

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Caitlin Penna

After residents voiced concerns about traffic and preserving the character of their single-family neighborhoods, the Durham Planning Commission delayed a vote on the Expanded Housing Choices initiative. Read more

Durham County

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Alex Boerner

And other things our readers told us this week Read more

Letters to the Editor

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Jenny Warburg

Durham Mayor Steve Schewel wants $95 million to keep downtown from turning into an expensive enclave for rich white people, he announced last week. Read more

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Also on this week’s INDYcast: What you need to know about Durham Mayor Steve Schewel’s State of the City address and a hot new track from FFFOOLERY. Read more

Wake County

"It's cumbersome and really defeats our primary goal of providing housing," Mayor Nancy McFarlane said. Read more

Wake County

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Durham Housing Authority

In addition to rebuilding 477 public housing units, the agency plans to build more than two thousand affordable and market-rate units. Read more

Durham County

It won’t lead to many accessory dwelling units actually being built. Read more

Wake County

“Government-supported housing alone will not solve our problem.” Read more

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Durham Housing Authority

The Durham Housing Authority has money to pay landlords through February. If the shutdown continues, what happens beyond then is uncertain. Read more

Durham County