University of Minnesota: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs
Given the affordability gap already existing in the region, we argue that the stan-
dard by which a regional housing program such as LCA should be judged is the degree to
which it increases the relative availability of affordable housing. By this standard, we find
the LCA program to be ineffective because it not only will fail to increase this availability
but will actually reduce it, both for ownership and rental units.
Goetz, Edward G.; Madrock, Lori.
Losing Ground: The Twin Cities Livable Communities Act and Affordable Housing.
University of Minnesota: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs.
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