Will easing the Rules for Backyard Cottages Help Seattle Livability?

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Changing the owner-occupancy requirement for backyard cottages could create a loophole for developers to tear down houses and essentially build multifamily housing structures in single-family zones. Share story FOR decades, Seattle has pursued many strategies to be a place for people of all income levels to live.

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