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Summit County Council adopts moderate-income housing plan

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Summit County Council adopted a moderate-income housing plan on Monday as part of a controversial new law. The state is requiring county officials to create a Housing and Transit Reinvestment Zone in Kimball Junction within one third of a mile radius of the transit center. The law states that 51% of the developable land inside the HTRZ must have residential uses and requires 10% of those units to be affordable.
2 months ago·Park City, United States

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Summit County Council adopts moderate-income housing plan

The Summit County Council adopted a moderate-income housing plan on Monday as part of a controversial new law. The state is requiring county officials to create a Housing and Transit Reinvestment Zone in Kimball Junction within one third of a mile radius of the transit center.Park Record file photoSummit County officials may spend the next year readying a state-mandated plan intended to boost the community’s affordable housing supply, but the co…

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