Seattle Times: Mayor Murray Overstates Benefits of Mandatory Inclusionary Scheme


On the eve of Mayor Murray’s big press conference (today at Beacon Hill’s light rail station at 11AM) on his Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning (MIZ) scheme, Daniel Beekman at the Seattle Times has finally written a story blowing the lid off the confusing and somewhat sorted reality of the much touted and hailed Grand Bargain. It’s […]

Keep It Simple: More Housing, More Cash for People Who Need it, and More Jobs!

The Reno News posted an article and video in January that explains why housing prices are high in the Reno-Sparks market. The video explains in less than two minutes the problem: not enough housing is available and wages aren’t keeping up with costs of living. We’ve said this before, pointing out the idea of a guaranteed […]

Stop! That Car Might Be Someone’s Home: Please Amend Scofflaw Ordinance

Every Home Matters

I just sent this e-mail at the request of Bill Kirlin-Hackett. This is a problem I have seen in my own neighborhood and I think needs to be addressed. I don’t think it is a huge problem, and I think a small investment of time and money would just about solve it. You should send […]