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Developers want help to work with Minneapolis neighborhoods

Developers often run into land use zoning issues in the Twin Cities that can cause costly delays. One problem is that property owners and developers find themselves wandering through a maze of red tape when seeking approval from local planning boards, zoning boards, city councils, township boards and state agencies. Timing is of the essence in any real estate matter, and it can be critical for zoning and other land use issues to be resolved as efficiently as possible.

Minnesota Rental Caps Under Scrutiny in Winona Case

How far can local governments go in controlling the number of housing units that are devoted to rental housing? In the last five or six, years, the issue has kept coming up - and not only in college towns. The most recent instance was in not in a college town but in a developed suburb, West St. Paul.

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