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Is Seattle about to do away with single-family zoning?

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Should more American cities do away with single-family zoning? As housing costs price more people out of the market, some regions want to allow more multifamily development by Jim Dalrymple II.

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An issue that is a regular hot-button topic in Seattle is the question of zoning and land-use, particularly as it applies to so-called "single family zoning." The amount of land in Seattle that is zoned this way is itself regularly in dispute. Some claim it is as little as 35%, some say more than 50%, and I have seen others argue as high as 70%.

Thanks in part to activists like Flisrand and Edwards, Minneapolis just did away with the rules that gave. approving a.

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