Monday, July 1, 2019

Senate Votes to Eliminate Single Family Zoning in Oregon Cities

Republican state senators returned to the capitol on Saturday, and on Sunday night voted to pass HB 2001, which eliminates single family zoning in cities with populations above 25,000 across Oregon. The bill passed in a 17-9 vote and heads to the governor's desk for a signature. Most of the law's provisions will not take effect until 2020, in order to give municipalities time to update zoning codes. Read more.

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