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How will you address Austin’s housing shortage? What regulations will you change to allow more housing where people want to live?

City of Austin : City Council, District 1

Our campaign endorsed the $250 million housing bond that the Austin City Council recently approved for the ballot in November. …

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Lewis Conway Jr.

I believe our city’s top priority in order to address the housing shortage should be creating new housing, by investing …

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Mariana Salazar

Most legacy affordable housing in Austin was built before passage of our 1984 development code. We need a new code …

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Natasha Harper-Madison

Seek to provide greater density on corridors, missing middle housing behind it, and protect the core of neighborhoods to prevent …

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Vincent Harding

City of Austin : City Council, District 3

I’m under no illusion that I might be able to alter policy in a vacuum and am very clear that …

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Amit Motwani

More often than not, developers seek entitlements to build more on their land than they currently are allowed to. As …

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James Valadez

With cities surrounding Austin on every side, there aren’t a lot of options. There’s up, or more houses on smaller …

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Jessica Cohen

We need smaller lot sizes and the ability to build more units on them. The ability to have and process …

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Justin Jacobson

City of Austin : City Council, District 5

I have led efforts to ensure the implementation of Austin’s new Strategic Housing Blue Print which is designed to increase …

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Ann Kitchen

City of Austin : City Council, District 8

In order to address our housing crisis, we should be looking towards the guidance of the Strategic Housing Blueprint and …

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Bobby Levinski

The land development code needs to be updated to allow density and increase our housing supply – diverse housing options …

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Paige Ellis

We are hearing of lifelong Austin residents having to move from their community as a result of affordability whether from …

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Rich DePalma

City of Austin : City Council, District 9

As mentioned above, there is land owned by the city that remains underutilized, but could take on new life as …

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Danielle Skidmore

Last year, according the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, the Austin MSA was the most active among the top 50 …

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Kathie Tovo

Would not knock down old apartment buildings to build new ones (this will not lend itself to affordability).  Would allow …

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Linda O’Neal

City of Austin : Mayor

The City of Austin demographer stated last year that the number of future housing units needed over the next ten …

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Laura Morrison

We have a big challenge when it comes to housing. It’s critically important that we make progress on reforming the …

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Steve Adler

In order to address Austin’s housing shortage I would of course propose increasing density where it makes sense. I also …

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Todd Phelps

Land Development Authority is the People’s Right, as was established above. Plus, we will build like smart human beings. Plus, …

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Travis Duncan