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Builders dislike proposed development rules in Anchorage
Posted: September 17, 2010 - 4:46 pm
From Bill White --
BOMA Anchorage members recently dissected a proposed rewrite of Anchorage's Title 21 -- the law that governs development in the city.
BOMA doesn't like the rewrite one bit. The city has worked on the rewrite for many years, and it's nearly final.
Here's a letter and analysis of the proposed rewrite that BOMA sent to Mayor Sullivan this summer.
(BOMA is an acronym for Building Owners & Managers Association.)