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Change could add housing

The Shelton City Council is scheduled to vote Tuesday on proposed code changes in neighborhood residential zones that could open the door to more single-family homes, triplexes and accessory dwellings.

The council gave preliminary approval to the changes at its April 19 meeting. Tuesday’s Zoom meeting begins at 6 p.m., and can be viewed on MasonWebTV.

According to a report by the city’s community development department, “The existing code does not meet, in many instances, modern needs in housing and development standards … Staff believes these changes will promote residential development while...

 

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