Aldermen are trying to figure out how far to reach into the pockets of condo builders to promote affordable housing. Housing advocates argue a proposed fee of $40,000 per unit should be raised to as much as $100,000, but city staff say that could kill off new development in town. More on the debate from the Evanston Roundtable [right column, second story].

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