Bradenton Planning and Community Development Director Catherine Hartley lays out her proposal to potentially eliminate form base codes in some areas of the city to create more opportunity for affordable housing to replace slum and blight.
Bradenton Planning and Community Development Director Catherine Hartley lays out her proposal to potentially eliminate form base codes in some areas of the city to create more opportunity for affordable housing to replace slum and blight. Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com
Bradenton Planning and Community Development Director Catherine Hartley lays out her proposal to potentially eliminate form base codes in some areas of the city to create more opportunity for affordable housing to replace slum and blight. Mark Young myoung@bradenton.com

City considers changes to ‘form codes’ to boost affordable housing

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