The City Council's Inclusionary Housing Ordinance subcommittee is scheduled Tuesday to review a massive set of proposed changes to the ordinance that city staff claim will "more effectively generate on-site affordable units."
A handful of neighbors held up signs to cars passing along Dempster Street during this morning's rush hour to yet again demonstrate their opposition to a 16-unit low-income housing development under construction on the northeast corner of Dempster and Pitner.
Representatives of the Housing Authority of Cook County presented preliminary plans for an addition to its Perlman Apartments development at 1900 Sherman Ave. at an Evanston 1st Ward meeting Tuesday night.
Affordable housing advocates in Evanston may want to take a close look at a new tax imposed this month in the Washington D.C. suburb of Alexandria, Virginia, to support affordable housing programs there.
Evanston aldermen Monday shipped three potentially far-reaching ideas for affordable housing to a council committee for further discussion rather than direct the Plan Commission to immediately develop implementation rules.