Tucson real estate : City takes steps to limit minidorms

Tucson real estate : Tucson City Council voted yesterday to begin limited minidorms. City staff have been directed to push a proposal limiting five or more unrelated people from living together in residential neighborhoods. The current proposal excludes domestic partnerships and dependency relationships. The council did not say whether the proposal would affect projects already proposed but not yet built… Proposed mini-dorms have been a hot topic in residential neighborhoods surrounding the University of Arizona.

Council members who voted against furthering the proposal expressed concerns about enforcing it. They expressed concern about people harassing others by calling in baseless complaints and enforcement which may require people to show proof they are related.

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2 Responses to Tucson real estate : City takes steps to limit minidorms

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