On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
WAMU’s business reporter, Ally Schweitzer, framed the issue this way: “How can jurisdictions balance the needs of a growing population without alienating existing residents who believe change threatens their quality of life?”
Can more ADUs help address affordable housing issues in the region? How do local zoning laws impact what can be built — and where? Do ADUs change the “character” of a neighborhood? Plus, we’ll have a local architect answer all your burning questions about what it takes to design and build an ADU.
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