Monday, December 30, 2019

Eudaly Won't Support Residential Infill without Added Tenant Protections

The Willamette Week reports that Commissioner Chloe Eudaly will not support the Residential Infill Project (RIP) without additional tenant protections. RIP would allow up to four units to be built on single family lots (or 6 when affordable housing is included). Eudaly is pushing the city council to pass a law giving tenants the opportunity to purchase a property, or exercise first right of refusal. She is also calling for the city to allocate funding to finance ADUs. Read more.

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